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Bon Appetit!

Friday, November 27, at 7:30 p.m.

Renowned mezzo-soprano and HGO Studio alumna Jamie Barton delights as Julia Child in Lee Hoiby’s one-woman opera. Based on an episode of Child’s TV program, The French Chef, this short, critically acclaimed confection, directed by HGO Studio alumnus Ryan McKinny, brings audiences into the chef’s storied kitchen as she bakes a chocolate cake. Bon Appetit! shares a double bill with The Impresario.

Cast and Creative

Composer   Lee Hoiby
Librettist   Julia Child
Adapted by   Mark Shulgasser
     
Julia Child   Jamie Barton
Director   Ryan McKinny
     

 

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