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Costume Details, Crafts
Beam Me Up, POP!
An Interactive Watch Party
Abduction from the Seraglio
by W.A. Mozart
Brian Cheney as
Cpt. James T. Belmonte
Robert Norman as
Shawnette Sulker as
Claire Averill as
Phil Meyer as
Gregg Lawrence as
Aubrey Trujillo-Scarr as
Wednesday April 8
5 pm PST (8 pm EST)
POP's Online Transporter Room - YouTube & Facebook
Though we in the United Federation of Planets are following orders to protect our fans and artists against COVID-19, there's still a way to "enjoy opera, sequestered, together," without breaking the Prime Directive. Open hailing frequencies as POP beams into your living room with an encore broadcast of our sold-out 2016 production of Abduction from the Seraglio.
Prepare to visit -or revisit- the bold adventure that launched our partnership with Hollywood's historic summertime stage, the Ford Amphitheatre. A cast of 40+ singing and dancing Klingons, Alien Slave Girls, and all your favorite Star Trek original series characters are joined by a full orchestra. Filled with Trekker easter eggs and incredible singing, we boldly go on an exploration of innovative, entertaining opera at warp speed.
"And whether you are a rabid Star Trek fan or just versed enough
to get by in pop culture, this zany and pitch-perfect opera
triumphs in pure laugh-out-loud hilarity."
- Pasadena Independent
"A POP show is the highly logical way to introduce Next Generation
audiences to the entertaining world of opera."
- Vulcan Minister on Earth Culture
"And it is wonderful to see accomplished opera singers
who can also parody these Starship Enterprise and Klingon characters and make them such fun, while delivering the intended musical beauty and congruency. Mozart would be proud."
- Splash Magazine