Opera Omakase

Opera Omakase


In Japanese cuisine, omakase refers to a meal made up of dishes specially chosen by the chef. This season, we are borrowing this culinary term to describe operatic experiences curated by our music director, Michael Sakir. So, instead of food omakase, this is music omakase - music selected just for you!

Opera Omakase tickets are included in the All Access Subscription. Subscriber reservations are required. Other patrons may purchase individual tickets.  
 

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February Opera Omakase Tickets

Oct. 27, 2017
7 PM

Music to Chill your Blood

of ghouls, goblins, and ghosts
Clark Opera Memphis Center
 
 
 
February 9 &10, 2018
8:30 PM

That’s Amore!... Right?

a celebration of love (or not)
Playhouse on the Square Lounge
Tickets available here.
 
 
March 15, 2018

Blarney, Ballads, and Beer

a toast to the Luck of the Irish
Tickets available February 1st
 
 
April 29, 2018

Looking Forward / Looking Back

in honor of seasons past and future
Tickets available March 18th
 
 
 
 
 
 

That’s Amore!... Right?

February 9 & 10 At 8:30 PM at PLayhouse on the Square
CONTAINS ADULT LANGUAGE & THEMES.
FEATURES STROBE LIGHTS.
 

Join us for a celebration of love (or not). This program takes a humorous look at love, anchored by the 20-minute opera, Service Provider, a story of love in the digital age. Rounding out the evening, several of our favorite local singers will perform some classic songs about the romance in all its wonder and indignity.
 

 

About Service Provider

Service Provider details the erosion of modern romance by mobile technology. When a couple goes out for their anniversary dinner at an elegant restaurant, the evening descends into farcical disaster as constant cell phone usage unmasks the reality of their marriage.

Our Cast

Chelsea Miller Charlene
Rachel Ozols Autumn
Vernon Di Carlo Dallas
Paul Murray Beau
Michael Sakir Music Director

 

 

From THE WASHINGTON POST:

"The crowd-pleaser was Service Provider by Christopher Weiss and John de los Santos, about a couple whose anniversary dinner in a restaurant is compromised by the wife’s constant texting and the husband’s lover’s subsequent intrusion."