Central City Opera Festival
Found in 981 Collections and/or Records:
Abstract Black and white photograph of Bill Barker and Bob Lotito (author) in conversation seated in front og billboards from central City festivals at an unknown location in Central City, Colorado.
Abstract Black and white photograph of Bill Ross, the productive supervisor on the 1956 Central City production of 'The Lark.'
Abstract Billboard reads, " Central City Opera House Assn. presents fourteenth annual play festival, July 2 through July 23 1949, Die Fledermaus by Johann Strauss, designed and staged by Dr. Elmer Nagy, conducted by Peter Herman Adler, through arrangement by Frank St. Leger."
Abstract Billboard reads, " Central City Opera House Association twenty-seventh annual opera festival June 28th through July 26th, 1958. Cavalleria Rusticana by Pietro Macagni, I Pagliacci by Ruggiero Leoncavallo, settnig and costumes by Mr. Rolf Gerard, conductor Mr. Emerson Buckley, directed by Mr. Hans Busch and La Perichole by Jacques Offenbach starring Cyril Ritchard, directed by Mr. Ritchard and assisted by Nathaniel Merrill, associate conductor Walter Taussig, Roger Dexter Fee chorus master,...
Abstract Billboard reads, " In Henrik Ibsen's A Doll's House with Miss Margaret Waller, Miss Hop Landin, Miss Inga Hill, Mr. Harold Johnsrud, english version by Thornton Wilder, setting and costumes by Mr. Donald Oenslager, production by Mr. Jed Harris."
Abstract Billboard reads, " Central City Opera House Association twenty-seventh annual play festival presents August 2 through August 30, 1958. The Denver Post $10,000 prize play '...And Perhaps Happiness' (a legend of Silverheels) by Thomas Hornsby Ferril starring Hugh Marlowe, K.T. Stevens, Barbara O'Neil, Richard Gaines, Mason Alan Dinehart, directed by Edwin Levy, designed by Donald Oenslager."
Abstract Billboard reads, " The Central City Opera House Assn. presents fifteenth annual play festival July 1 through July 20, 1950. Madame butterfly by Giacomo Puccini and Don Pasquale by Gaetano Donizetti, designed and directed by Dr. Elmer Nagy, conducted by tibor Kozma, through arrangemtn by Frank St. Leger, the performances will be sung in english by a brilliant cast of singers from New York."
Abstract Billboard reads, " The Central City Opera House Assn. presentsfourteenth annual festival July 30 through August 27, 1949. the Albert H. Rosen & Herbert J. Freezer production Mae West in Diamond Lil by Mae West directed by Charles K. Freeman.
Abstract Billboard reads, " The Central City Opera House Association, Inc. Sixth Annual Play Festival July 17 to August 7, 1937. Mr. Richard Aldrich presents Miss Ruth Gordon, Mr. Dennis King, Mr. Walter Slezak, Mr. Sam Jaffe, continued."
Abstract Billboard reads, " The performances will be sung in english by a remarkable cast of singers from New York; Adelaide Bishop, Larry Bolton, Vera Bryner, Gabor Carelli, Laura Castellano, Davis Cunningham, Helen George, Clifford Harvuot, Norman Kelly, Regina Resnik, Kenneth Schon, Johnny Silver, assistant conductor Peter Paul Fuchs, with a remarkable chorus, ballet and orchestra."