"Enter a world of duplicity in which a humble postman assumes the identity
of a wealthy suitor to win a woman’s love. Determined to maintain the
ruse at all costs, he is haunted by the Shadow as he spirals deeper into
deception. Set in Old Barcelona, Alex Poch-Goldin and Omar Daniel
have created a world premiere opera full of intrigue, desire and deception.
Director Tom Diamond and Music Director Wayne Strongman lead a stellar
cast including baritone Peter McGillivray as Raoul, soprano Carla Huhtanen as Allegra and a comic turn by tenor Keith Klassen as the waiter. Renowned Canadian baritone Theodore Baerg makes his Tapestry New Opera Works debut as the Don and Allegra’s father and countertenor Scott Belluz is The Shadow.
Written by Alex Poch-Goldi, , Composed by Omar Daniel, Director Tom Diamond, Music Director Wayne Strongman, Set & Costume Designer Camellia Koo, Lighting Designer Robert Thomson, Stage Manager Isolde Pleasants-Faulkner, Assistant Stage Manager Gerry Egan
Carla Huhtanen, Peter McGillivray, Scott Belluz, Keith Klassen and Theodore Baerg
with Chamber Orchestra
May 21 at 8pm - Press & Community Night
May 22 at 8pm - World Premiere
May 23 at 8pm - Regular Performance
May 24 at 4pm - Matinee (all regular tickets 50% off)
May 27 at 8pm - PWYC
May 28 at 8pm - Regular Performance
May 29 at 8pm - Regular Performance
May 30 at 8pm - Regular Performance
The Shadow runs approximately 90 minutes with no intermission.
TICKETS $49 regular tickets; ; $20 students & arts workers; 50% off Rush seats (1 hour before curtain on regular tickets); 50% off Regular Tickets for Sunday May 24 at 4pm; 15% off Regular Tickets for Groups of 10 or more; PWYC for Wednesday May 27 at 8pm (day of, limit of 2 per order) BOX OFFICE 416.368.3110 / /


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