Il barbiere di Siviglia By Gioacchino Rossini

Mark Freiman and Daniel Cole in The Barber of Seville, Photo by Ron Lindsey

One of the greatest and most enduring comic operas of all time. Figaro, the village barber, is put in charge of aristocratic matchmaking. And Count Almaviva is convinced that the only way to win over his true love Rosina, is to seduce her while pretending to be someone else.

Saturday, November 21st at 8pm
Sunday, November 22nd at 3pm

Dale Williams Fine Arts Center At Missouri Baptist University

Werther by Jules Massenet

Nora Teipen, Hannah King, Ellie Lore, Jacob Sokora, Julie Schenberg, and Grace Jegle in Werther, Photo by Ron Lindsey

This ravishing opera depicts the joys and suffering of the quintessential romantic, Werther, whose ardent passion for Charlotte is thwarted by a sacred vow and her marriage to Albert. Based on a novel by Goethe.

Saturday, January 16th at 8pm

Sunday, January 17th at 3pm

Dale Williams Fine Arts Center At Missouri Baptist University

Gianni Schicchi By Giacomo Puccini

Colin Levin, Ben Bunsold, Katie Gunnink, Evereich, Charles Martinez, Joe Hager, and Nicole Birkland read the will, Photo by Ron Lindsey

Buoso Donati has died in bed. His relatives mourn melodramatically until they hear the rumor that he has left all his money to the local monastery. Witness these comic, conniving relatives attempt to profit from their uncle’s death.

Saturday, March 13th at 8pm

Sunday, March 14th at 5pm

St. Ambrose Church on The Hill, 5130 Wilson Avenue, St. Louis, MO 63110