Americolor Opera Celebrates 12 celebrates Americolor Opera’s performance of the 12 original operas by Sharon J. Willis which began in 2000 with the Opera Singer. The event is being held and sponsored in part by Friendship Baptist Church, 437 Mitchell Street at Northside Drive, Atlanta, Georgia 30313. Americolor Opera will present two beautiful programs that will feature, for the first time, excerpts from all twelve operas. The 12:00 noon matinee and reception will be presented in concert version, and the 6:00 PM Dinner Theater in full costume with chamber orchestra will be presented Saturday, April 20, 2013.
A small processing fee will be added to the price of your ticket when you purchase it from this page. After making your purchase, print your receipt and bring it with you when you come to the performance.
Tickets will also be available at the door for cash or check.
Saturday, April 20, 2013
Friendship Baptist Church
437 Mitchell Street at Northside Drive
Atlanta, Georgia 30313
12:00 PM, matinee and reception
6:00 PM, Lite Dinner Theater (in costume) with chamber orchestra – $100.00
Includes Guild membership
6:00 PM, Lite Dinner Theater only (in costume) with chamber orchestra
Children 10 and under $20.00
Group rate 10+ at $30.00, children $20.00 and 2 or more at $15.00.
The Twelve Operas:
The Opera Singer
The Candlers of Callan
The Great Divide
Madam C. J.
The Seduction of King Solomon
3kings and a PRINCE
Americolor Opera truly needs your support to continue presenting operatic and other theater works. We are a non-profit organization and our performance life is totally dependent upon public support. Grants for the Arts and other federal programs have been drastically cut as a direct result of economic instability over the past six years.
Your donation will automatically entitle you to Americolor Opera Guild membership. We are also in need of sponsors for this unique event.
Platinum Sponsor $1,000
Golden Sponsor $500 – $999
Silver Sponsor $250 – $499
We need and appreciate your financial support of Americolor Opera. Our mission has always been to serve the Greater Atlanta community by presenting American and Afro-Centric stage works; by offering opportunities to local talented professional and amateur artists; and providing an accessible and affordable platform for classical art form.
Dr. Sharon J. Willis, Founder – Director
Ms. Henrietta Phillips Antoinin, Board Chair
Mr. Samuel O. Williams – Associate Artistic Director
Mr. David Vaughn – Production Manager
Mrs. Raymie Malloy – Americolor Opera Guild
Torrence Management – Communications, LLC — Public Relations
Ms. Reisha Lauren – Public Relations AOA
Ms. Deborah McCrimmon – Administrative Assistant
Mr. Michael McBride – Webmaster
For more information please contact Ms. Deborah McCrimmon at 404 243-7487
Americolor Opera Reservation Line at 404 917 4137