Tag Archives: Tomer Zvulun

Five characters in three images from The Atlanta Opera's "Pagliacci" and "The Kaiser of Atlantis," coming soon to a digital screen near you. L-R: Reginald Smith, Calvin Griffin, Kevin Burdette, Michael Mayes, Alek Shrader. (composite courtesy of TAO / via 21c Media Group)

Into the future: Atlanta Opera continues to innovate, launches new digital platform

Mark Gresham | 20 NOV 2020 @ 6:00an ET Exactly one month after the closing night of its innovative “Big Tent” performances, which captured the attention of the international opera community, The Atlanta Opera will launch its new digital […]

Under the big tent: opening night of The Atlanta Opera's "Pagliacci." (source: TAO)

Innovations score big for The Atlanta Opera

The company has received both an invitation to participate in this month’s Opera Europa conference and a major gift supporting production equipment and digital media technology EarRelevant Staff | 16 NOV 2020 The Atlanta Opera has been invited by […]

Death presides over a scene from the Atlanta Opera's "The Kaiser of Atlantis." (credit: Ken Howard)

Review: The Atlanta Opera’s innovative The Kaiser of Atlantis tells a compelling story that resonates with our times

Mark Gresham | 30 OCT 2020 The Kaiser of Atlantis is a striking new production from director Tomer Zvulun and his creative team at The Atlanta Opera. The compact but adventurous hour-long show sizzles on stage and speaks directly […]

Scene from Act 2 of Pagliacci: Smith, Smagur, Trevigne, Morino - under wraps in their isolation booths while cut-out puppets begin to take their places during the opera's play-within-a-play. (credit: Ken Howard)

Review: An intriguingly innovative Pagliacci opens The Atlanta Opera’s socially-distanced Big Tent Series

Mark Gresham | 24 OCT 2020 On Thursday evening, The Atlanta Opera emphatically opened its thoroughly re-imagined 2020-21 season with a performance of Ruggiero Leoncavallo’s opera, Pagliacci, in an outdoor production well-suited to our current times, overshadowed by living […]