New York Opera Fest 2017: Brooklyn College Opera Theater’s ‘Brooklyn Baby!’ To Showcase Borough’s Finest

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Want to know what the collective creative genius of Brooklyn can put together? Then head over to the Whitman Theatre at Brooklyn College on Thursday, May 11, for the Brooklyn College Opera Theater’s production of “Brooklyn Baby!”

The opera, which is being billed as a “show within a show” is set up as follows. The characters of John Musto’s “Late the Same Evening” head to a musical and suddenly encounter music featuring some of Brooklyn’s greatest creative minds “spoofing the current political climate: complete with a female bachelorette president, a beauty pageant with all Russian contestants, a women’s march protestor, and a final message that maybe, just maybe women will one day be treated equally, not only under the law but also in our hearts and minds.”

Music from such composers as Aaron Copland, John Musto, George Gershwin, Tom Cipullo, Marvin Hamlisch, and Harry Warren, among others, will be showcased.

The show will be directed by Matthew Patrick Morris with Malcolm J. Merriweather leading the Brooklyn College Conservatory Orchestra.

The performance is part of the New York Opera Fest 2017.

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Prior to creating OperaWire, DAVID SALAZAR, (Editor-in-Chief) worked as a reporter for Latin Post where he interviewed major opera stars including Placido Domingo, Anna Netrebko, Vittorio Grigolo, Diana Damrau and Rolando Villazon among others. His 2014 interview with opera star Kristine Opolais was cited in a New York Times Review. He also had the opportunity of interviewing numerous Oscar nominees, Golden Globe winners and film industry giants such as Guillermo del Toro, Oscar Isaac and John Leguizamo among others. David holds a Masters in Media Management from Fordham University. During his time at Fordham, he studied abroad at the Jagiellonian University in Poland. He also holds a dual bachelor’s from Hofstra University in Film Production and Journalism.

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