Past Productions


 

2018-2019 Season

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Cosmic Ray and the Amazing Chris

music by Eric Lindsay

libretto by Tracy Truels

a World Premiere Edition commissioned by the company

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Uncle Alex

music by Joshua Bornfield

libretto by Caitlin Vincent

as part of Faulty Systems in collaboration with Adler University

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Dust of the Road
and Bobok

Dust of the Road by Marcus Maroney

Bobok by Andrey Komanetsky

 

2017-2018 Season

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The Final Battle for Love

By Philip Thompson

"Everyone should see this enigmatic piece, and everyone should see Thompson Street Opera giving it."

-Aaron Hunt, of Chicago Theatre Review

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Crocodiles, Copper Cups, and Cream Puffs

In collaboration with the "Inoffensive Theatre Series" at Stage773

"The Mouse Deer and the Crocodile"
by Hong-Da Chin
"The Rootabaga Stories"
by Yvonne Freckmann

 

2016 Festival Season

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The Man Who Woke Up

"...possibly the funniest opera this side of Gilbert & Sullivan."

-Keith Waits, Arts-Louisville

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Intoxication:
America’s Love Affair with Oil

by Chappell Kingsland

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Not for the Faint of Heart

works by Yvonne Freckmann, Jake Heggie, and Philip Thompson

 

2016 Festival Season

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Trifles

by John Bilotta

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The Mousedeer and the Crocodile

by Hong-Da Chin

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Cephalophore

by Chris Kincaid

World Premiere

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Cosmic Ray and the Amazing Chris

by Eric Lindsay

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Where the Foremost Flag was Flying

by Quinn Dizon

World Premiere

 

2014 Festival Season

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Emily

by Eva Kendrick

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ILE

by Ezra Donner

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Requiem for the Living

by Ronnie Reshef

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The Rootabaga Stories

by Yvonne Freckmann

 

2013 Festival Season

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Dust of the Road

by Marcus Maroney

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Bobok

by Andrey Komanetsky

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An Afternoon of Shorts:

Quantum Mechanic
by John Bilotta

Close Encounters of the Hillbilly Kind
by Yvonne Freckmann

Conversations Between owl, Nightingale, and Lark
by Hong-Da Chin

Snow White Turns Sixty
by Dale Trumbore