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Boston Opera Collaborative Presents As One
A chamber opera for baritone and mezzo-soprano with string quartet about one transgender woman’s journey to make peace with herself.
This January 25-28, Boston Opera Collaborative will produce the Boston premiere of As One – a chamber opera for two voices and string quartet about one transgender woman’s journey to make peace with herself – that has become the most-performed new opera in American today since its premiere at the Brooklyn Academy of Music in 2014. As One is a 75 minute, one-act opera where a mezzo-soprano and baritone both portray the sole protagonist, as Hannah Before and Hannah After her genderView more
Adult $35, Senior $30 (65+)
Adult $30, Senior $25 (65+)
Adult $25, Senior $20 (65+), Student $15
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NO REFUNDS or EXCHANGES
We are unable to refund or exchange tickets after purchase.
Additional time info:
Thursday, January 25
Post-show talk-back with the artists
Friday, January 26
Post-show social action talk back about the November 2018 MA Transgender Anti-Discrimination Veto Referendum.
Saturday, January 27
Explorations of Identity: Post-show discussion with the As One cast and guest speaker Dr. Helen Lewis, Assistant Professor of Theater and queer/gender studies at Boston Conservatory at Berklee, exploring the dramaturgy and the process of bringing Hannah to life.
Sunday, January 28
Empowering Youth through the Arts: Pre-show screening of The Year We Thought About Love, a 68 minute documentary film which celebrates the powerful work of a Boston LGBTQ troupe, True Colors: OUT Youth Theater, as they write a play about love. Conversation to follow with youth leaders from the film and representatives from the Theater Offensive. Limited tickets available.
27 Garden Street, Cambridge, MA 02138