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  • The Atlanta Opera Loves the Theater Community

    Opera has the largest canvas of all the artforms, combining multiple disciplines across visual and performing arts. The Atlanta Opera values their partnership with the theater community as an integral addition to producing compelling stories.

  • The Atlanta Opera Loves Dancers

    Why is opera one of the most collaborative of art forms? Enjoy interviews with Gwynn Root, Bailey Jo Harbaugh and Brandon Nguyen-Hilton with stunning images of dancers from The Atlanta Opera's productions of Salome (2020), Pagliacci, Kaiser of Atlantis, The Threepenny Opera and Carmen, including ...

  • The Atlanta Opera Loves Puppets

    Opera is theater, dance, music and everything in between. We love working with our friends at the Center for Puppetry Arts and hope you enjoy seeing some highlights from our work with them.

  • Ryan McKinny: Love Letter to Atlanta "Night"

    McKinny sings "Night" by influential composer Florence Price.

  • Ryan McKinny: Love Letter to Atlanta "To My Little Son"

    Filmed at Atlanta Symphony Hall, this is the second part of McKinny's Love Letter set.

  • Ryan McKinny: Love Letter to Atlanta - Das Rheingold

    World-renowned bass-baritone Ryan McKinny sings "Abendlich strahlt der Sonne Auge" from Das Rheingold by Richard Wagner and discusses the complexities of the composer with Tomer Zvulun. Recorded in the Atlanta Symphony Hall at The Woodruff Arts Center in Atlanta, Georgia.
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  • The Atlanta Opera Loves Circus Performers

    How do jugglers, stilt walkers and clowns add dimension to an opera production? Learn how The Atlanta Opera partnered with a group of Circus Performers in their recent Big Tent productions.

  • Sidebar Julius Caesar: Choreography

    Choreographer Donald Byrd discusses how choreography and dance enriches and adds diversity to The Atlanta Opera's production of Julius Caesar.

  • Sidebar Julius Caesar: From the Director

    Handel’s Julius Caesar was written almost 300 years ago! Tomer Zvulun shares his thoughts about the baroque masterpiece, which is also the oldest work the company has ever performed. Julius Caesar explores the universal themes of power and the will to power, on stage at Cobb Energy Performing Art...

  • Sidebar Julius Caesar: Costumes with Mattie Ullrich

    Costume Designer Mattie Ulrich discusses her design inspirations for Julius Caesar.

  • Sidebar Julius Caesar: Creating Cleopatra

    Learn how soprano Jasmine Habersham approaches her role as Cleopatra in Julius Caesar.