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Kathrine G. McGovern College of the Arts presents Albert Herring

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Moores Opera Center presents another live, in-person opera experience, Albert Herring, with music by Benjamin Britten and libretto by Eric Crozier.

In a small British village, the hunt is on for a young girl innocent enough to be elected Queen of the May. When none are found, poor Albert is enlisted as May King instead, with unexpected and entertaining results. An ensemble cast of delightful English eccentrics proves that repression is rarely a good thing, and that lemonade turns out to go surprisingly well with a little rum.

The opera will be sung in the original English with projected text over the stage.

The production will also be livestreamed.

Moores Opera Center presents another live, in-person opera experience, Albert Herring, with music by Benjamin Britten and libretto by Eric Crozier.

In a small British village, the hunt is on for a young girl innocent enough to be elected Queen of the May. When none are found, poor Albert is enlisted as May King instead, with unexpected and entertaining results. An ensemble cast of delightful English eccentrics proves that repression is rarely a good thing, and that lemonade turns out to go surprisingly well with a little rum.

The opera will be sung in the original English with projected text over the stage.

The production will also be livestreamed.

Moores Opera Center presents another live, in-person opera experience, Albert Herring, with music by Benjamin Britten and libretto by Eric Crozier.

In a small British village, the hunt is on for a young girl innocent enough to be elected Queen of the May. When none are found, poor Albert is enlisted as May King instead, with unexpected and entertaining results. An ensemble cast of delightful English eccentrics proves that repression is rarely a good thing, and that lemonade turns out to go surprisingly well with a little rum.

The opera will be sung in the original English with projected text over the stage.

The production will also be livestreamed.

WHEN

WHERE

Moores Opera House
3333 Cullen Blvd.
Houston, TX 77004
https://www.eventbrite.com/o/university-of-houston-moores-school-of-music-30920830223

TICKET INFO

$10-$20; livestream is free with RSVP.
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