Wednesdays, April 6-27, at 1 p.m. —LEBANON, NH— How are productions, and specifically, opera productions created? From the director’s first ideas and concept, through collaboration with set, lighting, and costume designers, to the rehearsal process with singers and conductor, to the realization of the performance on the stage, director Helena Binder takes you through the process of developing a production and shares the experiences that result in what the audience sees on opening night.
An actor and director for 40+ years, Helena Binder’s productions have been seen at opera companies throughout the U.S., including New York City Opera, Dallas, Minnesota, Atlanta, Pittsburgh, and Palm Beach, among others. Named a Union Notable by her alma mater Union College, she holds an M.A. from NYU and studied at Circle in the Square. Director of Opera North’s “La Boheme” and “Macbeth,” she’s been on the faculty of Union, Boston University, and New England Conservatory.
This Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at Dartmouth course will be held Wednesdays, April 6-27 from 1-3 p.m. This course will consist of lecture, discussion, video, and PowerPoint presentation. Course fee is $45.
Location of the course is at One Court Street in Lebanon, N.H. For more information visit: osher.dartmouth.edu or call (603) 646-0154.