Episode 37 premiered Friday, March 5.

Ep. 37: Let’s kick off Women’s History Month 2021! This week’s Live from Indy Terrace broadcast features in-demand stage director Alison Moritz in conversation with Senior Director of Artistic Operations Nathan DePoint. Opera News hails Alison’s productions as “raw, funny, surreal, and disarmingly human,” which we explore with excerpts from her last visit to Austin – 2019’s La bohème.

Find out more about our featured artist at her website, https://www.alisonmoritz.com/

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Episode 38 premiered Friday, March 12.

Ep. 38: The second in our Women’s History Month series, this week’s Live from Indy Terrace broadcast features nationally-recognized stage director Tara Faircloth with Senior Director of Artistic Operations Nathan DePoint. Selections from 2019’s memorable Rigoletto provide jumping-off points for engaging conversation and operatic anecdotes.

Find out more about our featured artist here: http://www.tarafaircloth.com/home.html

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Episode 39 premiered Friday, March 19.

Ep. 39: Happy Anniversary, friends! One year ago, we launched the Live from Indy Terrace series as a way to connect with you through music despite the circumstances. Today, we celebrate by singing the praises of an invaluable member of the Austin Opera team: our longtime stage manager Kathleen Edwards!

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Episode 40 premiered Friday, March 26.

Ep. 40: For our final episode of Women’s History Month, we welcome stage director Rebecca Herman! Host Julie Fiore (Director of Audience Experience) sits down with Rebecca to explore her long and well-respected relationship with Austin Opera, punctuated by excerpts from Otello, Don Giovanni, and more.

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The Trial of Susan B. Anthony

On March 8 (International Women’s Day), Austin Opera is reprising the digital film of the one-woman opera The Trial of Susan B. Anthony by Steven Mark Kohn, starring mezzo-soprano Adriana Zabala playing multiple characters.

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With gratitude to educators who continue to inform and inspire, the song cycle is available to schools free of charge for the entire month of March and comes with a Teacher’s Guide containing additional resources and lesson plans related to the subject and in correlation to state standards.

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