Opera Frontier delights both opera fans and opera-phobes. We revere opera. We faithfully excerpt from traditional scores and strive for technically excellent singing. But beyond that, we take outrageous liberties in the service of engaging our audience in unexpected ways . . . through radical changes of context and casting, through the introduction of elements from dance, popular culture, contemporary beat, and narrative. In this way, Opera Frontier redefines the way an audience experiences this glorious music.


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Opera Frontier delights both opera fans and opera-phobes. We revere opera. We faithfully excerpt from traditional scores and strive for technically excellent singing. But beyond that, we take outrageous liberties in the service of engaging our audience in unexpected ways . . . through radical changes of context and casting, through the introduction of elements from dance, popular culture, contemporary beat, and narrative. In this way, Opera Frontier redefines the way an audience experiences this glorious music.

 

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Opera Frontier's Troupe of "choreographable" classically-trained singers perform its portable revue throughout the Bay Area and Northern California. To discuss featuring OFT at your event or for more information, contact

Scout@OperaFrontier.org

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tom segal




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  • Tom Segal (Director/Choreographer): Lammermoor Inc, marks Tom's first big, fun adventure with Opera Frontier. Other Bay Area theatre directing and choreography credits include over 100 shows with 42nd St. Moon, SF Playhouse, The Ratpack Show SF, Berkeley Playhouse, Pacific Alliance Stage Co, Busbarn Theatre, Theatre Rhinoceros, Word for Word, Marin Shakespeare, Dance Through Time, Pocket Opera, SF Opera, University of SF, San Jose State, Santa Rosa Jr. College and many others. Tom has performed, directed and choreographed locally, nationally and abroad, and is the recipient of numerous awards: Dean Goodman/Dramalogue Choice awards, Arty Awards, National Ballet Association Award and has been nominated by the Bay Area Theatre Critics Circle for his work at 42nd St. Moon and SF Playhouse with whom he co-choreographed the winner of the best play of the 2009 NY Fringe Festival. He teaches, directs and choreographs in the Theatre Department of Solano Community College and is a founding board member of Keys to Achievement, an international piano education program for low-income children.
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