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  1. The stunning 14-15 season at Opera Atelier!

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    The time has finally come: today we get to share with you details of Opera Atelier’s 2014-2015 season and we couldn’t be more excited!

    There are lots of ways to check out all the great stuff we have in store for you!

    1.     The Toronto Star – check out this great Star story about our amazing season photo shoot!
    2.     Our website – we have details posted about our 14-15 shows here. (Don’t miss the video!)
    3.     Our Facebook page – get a sneak peek at some of the inspiration behind our season image.
    4.     This blog – check back … Read more

  2. A video of our harlequin lovers

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    I’ve had many people ask me how Abduction from the Seraglio functions as a children’s show given the risqué nature of the story and dialogue that is often heavy on sexual innuendo.

    What I always remind them is that Abduction from the Seraglio is first and foremost a piece of Commedia Dell’Arte (think “I Love Lucy”) and like all great comedies it functions on multiple levels. Children will be enormously entertained at their own level. The story line itself is so exciting and the production is so full of visual humour that they will enjoy … Read more

  3. Making passion onstage

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    If you’re anything like us, when a romantic couple shares a steamy scene onstage or onscreen you’re too caught up in the moment to wonder how they made it so passionate. Just like any other scene they rehearse that kiss over and over. Here’s the first kiss between our goodie-goodie heroic couple, Belmonte (Lawrence Wiliford) and Konstanze (Ambur Braid)!

    If you experience technical difficulties, click here to check it out on YouTube!

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  4. A flying machine!

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    With a fantasy like The Magic Flute, you just know we’ll have characters swooping in to save the day! Here’s a little clip of just that, plus an original sketch of the set piece by Gerard Gauci!

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