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Soprano Esther Tonea portrays a conflicted Krystyna Zywulska in “Another Sunrise,” presented by The Atlanta Opera in collaboration with The Temple. (credit: Raftermen)

“Another Sunrise” reflects upon inner conflict, compassion, and impossible choices in observance of Holocaust Remembrance Day

Kevin Burdette (Bottom, with head of an ass) and Liv Redpat (Tytania) in The Atlantra Opera's production of "A Midsummer Night's Dream." (credit: Raftermen)

Magical transformations: The Atlanta Opera takes on “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” with an insightful original production

In a flash: Long Long, Gabriella Reyes, Thomas glass, Madison Leonard (standing), Christian Simmons, and Jongwon Han (seated) at the end of Act II of The Atlanta Opera's production of Puccini's "La bohème." (credit: Raftermen)

The Atlanta Opera’s “La bohème” triumphs in sold-out opening night performance

"A Celebration of BIPOC Opera" (credit: Mark Gresham / AI)

The Atlanta Opera’s 96-Hour Opera Project celebrates BIPOC creativity through Atlanta-inspired stories

Wedding scene, with Gianluca Terranova as Pinkerton and Yasko Sato as Cio-Cio San, kneeling, Julius Ahn as Goro, standing, in hat, behind Sato, and Allen Michael Jones, in red, standing in back, as Imperial Commissioner. *credit: Ken Howard)

The Atlanta Opera presents a powerful “Madama Butterfly”