- Pittsburgh Opera
- CAPA Theater
NEW PRODUCTION! Louisa May Alcott’s classic coming-of-age novel set in 1860s New England is the inspiration for Mark Adamo’s 1998 opera, which has enjoyed remarkable success, including a PBS “Great Performances” television special in 2001 and much critical acclaim, by The New York Times and others. Pittsburgh Opera once again features its Resident Artists in major roles in a new production: Corrie Stallings takes the lead as irrepressible Jo; Laurel Semerdjian is the practical Meg; Adelaide Boedecker is the fragile Beth; Adam Bonanni is Jo’s suitor Laurie, and first-year Resident Artist Matthew Scollin is Friedrich Bhaer, who eventually wins Jo’s heart. Pittsburgh Opera will again partner with Carnegie Mellon School of Drama for set design of this new production at CAPA Theater.
Sung in English with English texts projected above the stage.
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