Upcoming Performances

The listed schedule only includes engagements that have been announced by the presenter.  

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In Series & Innovātiō: Händel's 'Serse' (Director's Salon)

TBD, Washington, DC

Role of Romilda

Engage with the directors and designers in discussion and Q&A, enjoy refreshments, and watch our stars perform. FREE EVENT! Reservations encouraged. More details soon.

In Series & Innovātiō: Händel's 'Serse'

Lang Theatre- Atlas Performing Arts Centre, 1333 H St NE, Washington, DC

Role of Romilda

George Frideric Handel composed Serse to revolutionize opera so that it would speak to the audiences of his time. In the same way, In Series takes this most vibrant of Handel’s works – complete with its famous “largo” Ombra Mai Fu – and transforms it to captivate our own contemporary audience. From the legends of ancient Persia and steeped in Sufi culture, the pains and pleasures of learning to love are experienced through the magic of this music and a new narration crafted from the poetry of Rumi, one of the most popular poets of all time. With The Tale of Serse, In Series announces the premiere of its own orchestra Innovātiō, to perform this magnetic and visionary score on period instruments under the direction of conductor and adapter Timothy Nelson.

Sung in Italian with English supertitles, poetry-narration in English. Special “Adventure Seating” available onstage.

Linger after the show to meet and toast the stars of “The Tale of Serse.” Admission included in your opening night ticket!

In Series & Innovātiō: Händel's 'Serse'

Lang Theatre- Atlas Performing Arts Centre, 1333 H St NE, Washington, DC

Role of Romilda

George Frideric Handel composed Serse to revolutionize opera so that it would speak to the audiences of his time. In the same way, In Series takes this most vibrant of Handel’s works – complete with its famous “largo” Ombra Mai Fu – and transforms it to captivate our own contemporary audience. From the legends of ancient Persia and steeped in Sufi culture, the pains and pleasures of learning to love are experienced through the magic of this music and a new narration crafted from the poetry of Rumi, one of the most popular poets of all time. With The Tale of Serse, In Series announces the premiere of its own orchestra Innovātiō, to perform this magnetic and visionary score on period instruments under the direction of conductor and adapter Timothy Nelson.

Sung in Italian with English supertitles, poetry-narration in English. Special “Adventure Seating” available onstage.

There will be a post-show Artist/Audience Dialogue after this show

In Series & Innovātiō: Händel's 'Serse'

Lang Theatre- Atlas Performing Arts Centre, 1333 H St NE, Washington, DC

Role of Romilda

George Frideric Handel composed Serse to revolutionize opera so that it would speak to the audiences of his time. In the same way, In Series takes this most vibrant of Handel’s works – complete with its famous “largo” Ombra Mai Fu – and transforms it to captivate our own contemporary audience. From the legends of ancient Persia and steeped in Sufi culture, the pains and pleasures of learning to love are experienced through the magic of this music and a new narration crafted from the poetry of Rumi, one of the most popular poets of all time. With The Tale of Serse, In Series announces the premiere of its own orchestra Innovātiō, to perform this magnetic and visionary score on period instruments under the direction of conductor and adapter Timothy Nelson.

Sung in Italian with English supertitles, poetry-narration in English. Special “Adventure Seating” available onstage.

In Series & Innovātiō: Händel's 'Serse'

Lang Theatre- Atlas Performing Arts Centre, 1333 H St NE, Washington, DC

Role of Romilda

George Frideric Handel composed Serse to revolutionize opera so that it would speak to the audiences of his time. In the same way, In Series takes this most vibrant of Handel’s works – complete with its famous “largo” Ombra Mai Fu – and transforms it to captivate our own contemporary audience. From the legends of ancient Persia and steeped in Sufi culture, the pains and pleasures of learning to love are experienced through the magic of this music and a new narration crafted from the poetry of Rumi, one of the most popular poets of all time. With The Tale of Serse, In Series announces the premiere of its own orchestra Innovātiō, to perform this magnetic and visionary score on period instruments under the direction of conductor and adapter Timothy Nelson.

Sung in Italian with English supertitles, poetry-narration in English. Special “Adventure Seating” available onstage.

In Series & Innovātiō: Händel's 'Serse'

TBD, Baltimore, MD

Role of Romilda

George Frideric Handel composed Serse to revolutionize opera so that it would speak to the audiences of his time. In the same way, In Series takes this most vibrant of Handel’s works – complete with its famous “largo” Ombra Mai Fu – and transforms it to captivate our own contemporary audience. From the legends of ancient Persia and steeped in Sufi culture, the pains and pleasures of learning to love are experienced through the magic of this music and a new narration crafted from the poetry of Rumi, one of the most popular poets of all time. With The Tale of Serse, In Series announces the premiere of its own orchestra Innovātiō, to perform this magnetic and visionary score on period instruments under the direction of conductor and adapter Timothy Nelson.

Sung in Italian with English supertitles, poetry-narration in English. Special “Adventure Seating” available onstage.

In Series & Innovātiō: Händel's 'Serse'

TBD, Baltimore, MD

Role of Romilda

George Frideric Handel composed Serse to revolutionize opera so that it would speak to the audiences of his time. In the same way, In Series takes this most vibrant of Handel’s works – complete with its famous “largo” Ombra Mai Fu – and transforms it to captivate our own contemporary audience. From the legends of ancient Persia and steeped in Sufi culture, the pains and pleasures of learning to love are experienced through the magic of this music and a new narration crafted from the poetry of Rumi, one of the most popular poets of all time. With The Tale of Serse, In Series announces the premiere of its own orchestra Innovātiō, to perform this magnetic and visionary score on period instruments under the direction of conductor and adapter Timothy Nelson.

Sung in Italian with English supertitles, poetry-narration in English. Special “Adventure Seating” available onstage.

In Series & Innovātiō: Händel's 'Serse

TBD, Baltimore, MD

Role of Romilda

George Frideric Handel composed Serse to revolutionize opera so that it would speak to the audiences of his time. In the same way, In Series takes this most vibrant of Handel’s works – complete with its famous “largo” Ombra Mai Fu – and transforms it to captivate our own contemporary audience. From the legends of ancient Persia and steeped in Sufi culture, the pains and pleasures of learning to love are experienced through the magic of this music and a new narration crafted from the poetry of Rumi, one of the most popular poets of all time. With The Tale of Serse, In Series announces the premiere of its own orchestra Innovātiō, to perform this magnetic and visionary score on period instruments under the direction of conductor and adapter Timothy Nelson.

Sung in Italian with English supertitles, poetry-narration in English. Special “Adventure Seating” available onstage.

Washington National Opera: Mozart's 'The Magic Flute'

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John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, 2700 F Street NW, Washington, DC

Friends will become foes and enemies will become allies in Mozart’s final and beloved opera. A whimsical production designed by children’s author/illustrator Maurice Sendak, known for his rumpus-filled artistry, sets a playful landscape for this enchanting fairy tale. Rich with colorful characters, unforgettable vocal acrobatics, and evocative symbols and allegory, Tamino’s quest for love and truth is fantastical entertainment for all ages.

Washington National Opera: Saint-Saën’s 'Samson and Delilah'

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John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, 2700 F Street NW, Washington, DC

This vivid staging of the iconic tale of love and betrayal features a lavish production and sumptuous period costumes, set against the tumultuous backdrop of two clashing nations. Saint-Saëns’s famous opera soars with some of the most splendid vocal music in French grand opera, including Delilah’s bewitching “Mon cœur s’ouvre à ta voix” (“My heart opens itself to your voice”) aria known around the world. From the provocative Bacchanale dance to the epic finale, Samson and Delilah depicts the danger of tenderness laced with deceit.