MOSTLY OPERA

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Our Goals

Upcoming Events

Mostly Opera strives to give you quality operatic excerpts each year.


  Our goals:

  •  Keep Opera Alive in Scranton. 
  • Feature the talents of regional singers from our community
  • Introduce aspiring young talent to our audiences

Mostly Opera

presents

"An Odd Couple"

The music of 

Andrew Lloyd Webber &

Stephen Sondheim

Saturday, October 27, 2018, 6:00 p.m.

Hilton Scranton, 100 Adams Avenue

 

Two of the most famous living composers of Broadway, American composer, Stephen Sondheim and British composer, Andrew Lloyd Webber have written over 50 shows.  It is no easy task to present them both, but Mostly Opera is going to do just that.


On Saturday October 27, MO celebrates their musical lives.  Two very different styles...that is the Odd Coupling.  We believe you will love every minute.


This popular event starts with a cash bar cocktail hour at 6:00 p.m..  Then at 7:00 p.m. doors open for dinner and the show. Music from Evita, Cats, Follies, Jesus Christ Superstar, Phantom of the Opera, and more.

Joining us are voices from the Catholic Choral Society and the dancers from Scranton Civic Ballet.


Tickets for dinner and the show are $65 per person.

​For information call 570-702-4356.  


Mostly Opera Memories



Welcome

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MO goes to the Movies!

Mostly Opera will again present free lectures prior to the Met Opera HD Broadcasts at Cinemark Theaters, Moosic.  Come one hour prior to curtain and hear our experts Larry Vojtko, Matthew Rupcich, and Ellen Rutkowski.


Oct. 6    Aida                            Jan 12   Adriana Lecouvreur

Oct 20   Samson & Dalila      Feb 2     Carmen

Oct 27    La Fanciulla del       Mar 2    La Fille du 

                      West                                          Regiment

Nov 10    Marnie                       Mar 30  Di Walkure

Dec 15     La Traviata               May 11   Dialogues des

                                                                      Carmelites


Mostly Opera began performing in 2000.  Its roots go back to  1967 with OPERA IV and continued to grow.  Today Mostly Opera performs two concerts annually...classical opera in the Spring and musical dinner theater in the Fall.  MO features the talents of professional singers from N.E. Pennsylvania and beyond.  It is the donation of their talent that allows us to 

"Keep Opera Alive in Scranton".