Cimarron Opera Presents Magazine Princess
Cimarron Opera’s Theatre Camp presents the family friendly comic opera Magazine Princess! Opera Theatre Camp is known as one of the best intensive arts experiences in the state. Cimarron Opera offers the opportunity for youth aged 9-18 to take part in this 3-week camp that provides vocal instruction, dance and acting basics, audition preparation, plus a lot of friendship, teamwork and fun! The camp then concludes with fully staged performances of an operetta for family and friends to enjoy.
Performances: Performances are on Friday June 21 and Saturday June 22nd at 2 pm and 7 pm
Performance Stage: Longfellow Middle School, 215 N Ponca Ave, Norman, OK 73071
Tickets for camp performances are $15 for adults and $10 for students and seniors.
Seating is General Admission.
Cimarron Opera’s mission is to provide aspiring performing artists and creative technicians a forum for their talents and opportunities to gain valuable training and stage experience, while providing cultural enrichment and education to various audiences across the state and beyond.
Cimarron Opera’s history began in the spring of 1975 when Thomas Carey and Carol Brice Carey founded the Church Circuit Opera Company, which was renamed Cimarron Circuit Opera Company in 1981. Thomas Carey and Carol Brice Carey were renowned international performers and professors of music at the University of Oklahoma who sought opportunities for aspiring artists to sing on stage. They also hoped to bring superior operative productions to Oklahoma. The artistic spirit of the Cimarron Circuit Opera Company’s founders continue to provide inspiration to succeeding artists and directors.