Behind the mask. Between these walls. The Innenraum.
The second production of our 2023 season, Leoncavallo's Pagliacci premiered in 1892, amidst a wave of verismo aiming to bring the arts closer to their audiences, exploring subjects and themes disarmingly interwoven with their surrounding world. Similarly, this is a Pagliacci reimagined for our world today; haunting, incisive, determined.
an opera in two Acts and a Prologue by
Pitt Street Uniting Church, 264 Pitt St, Sydney
(Corner of Pitt and Park Streets, ~2 minutes' walk from Town Hall station).
August 3rd, August 4th | 7.30PM
Conductor - Joanna Drimatis
Director - Menila Moineaux
Assistant Conductor - Toby Wong
Nedda - Natasha Gesto
Canio - Raphael Hudson
Tonio - Timothy Nunn
Silvio - Tristan Entwistle
Beppe - Kate Wilmot
The Cooperative Chorus
Pagliacci will be performed with chamber instrumental ensemble.
Information to note
Pay-as-you-feel admission, online or at the door. We will have cash donation options at the door.
We encourage you to book in advance. Doors will open 15 minutes prior to the performance, and seating is unreserved.
All profits from this production will go to organisations working to support victims of domestic violence.
Please note that this production contains distressing themes, and is not intended for audiences under 15 years of age. We encourage you to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for further information or with any concerns, and we will assist however possible.
This production is assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council, its arts funding and advisory body.