Teatro Grattacielo has announced its 2022-23 season.
The company will kick things off with “Don Giovanni” in co-production with the Mid-Atlantic Chamber Orchestra. Jason Tramm will conduct while Stefanos Koroneos directs. The performance will feature Enes Pektas, Lucas Bouk, and Ashton Jones as Don Giovanni; Logan Dooley as Leporello; William Mouat and Rick Agster as Commendatore; Sara Kennedy, Ashia Barnes, and Stephanie Rivero as Donna Anna; Juan José Beltrán Carmona and Pedro Barrera as Don Ottavio; Kathleen Echols, Eun Byoul Song, and Stephanie Lorenz as Donna Elvira; Seongeun Luna Park, Alana Sha’I, and Taylor Consiglio as Zerlina; Minki Hong as Masetto, and Omar Howard as Miss Shangay Lily.
Performance Dates: June 16 & 17, 2023
The season continues with Spontini’s “La Vestale” starring Thomas as Giulia, Tahanee Aluwihare as La Gran Vestale, Kyle Oliver as Cinna, Eric Lindsey as Il Sommo Sacerdote, Rick Agster as Un Aruspice, and Hyunsoon Kim as Un Console. Christina Capocaccia conducts while Stefanos Koroneos directs.
“On behalf of the Board of Directors and myself, we are excited to be bringing back to the US the historic Italian version of ‘La Vestale,’ adding to yearlong celebrations of the 100th birth anniversary of Greek-American soprano Maria Callas,” said Stefanos Koroneos, General and Artistic Director, Teatro Grattacielo, in an official press statement. “Maria was born in New York. She took her first steps around our great city. With our season, we are honoring her memory, her artistry, and her love for our great city and community.”
Performance Dates: Oct. 28, 2023