Carla Hübner, Artistic Director

  “one of Washington’s artistic jewels...” - The Washington Post

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SPECIAL EVENTS

IN SERIES GALA - DIRECTORS’ SALONS

IN SERIES GALA

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 30th 6:30pm -9:30pm

at DACOR - BACON HOUSE

Mozart’s

Abduction...

SEP 8 - 22

A Family Reunion

NOV 30 - DEC 8

La vie en rose

JAN 17 - 19

Pocket Opera x 2:

Puccini & Zarzuela

NOV 23 - DEC 7

Carousel Latino

MAY 29 - 31

Cole Porter Project

FEB 22 - MAR 9

Verdi’s

La Traviata

JUN 14 - 28

The Romantics:

Schubert & Goethe

APR 12-13

These free events invite audiences to an open conversation with the directors, designers and select performers of the season’s major productions. Hosted by In Series Board member Shannon Mouton, the panel-and-reception format promotes community engagement and understanding of the creative process.

DIRECTORS’ SALONS

Director’s Salon Schedule 2013-2014

Abduction - Monday, August 26th

A Family Reunion - Monday, October 21st

Le Ville and Madrid - Monday, November 11th

The Cole Porter Project - Monday, February 10th

La Traviata - Monday, June 2nd

AUGUST 26, OCTOBER 21, NOVEMBER 11, FEBRUARY 10 & JUNE 2

Upcoming Salon:
LA TRAVIATA
MONDAY, JUNE 2nd
Time and Location TBA

JOIN US for our open conversation about Verdi’s masterpiece with directors Nick Olcott, Paul Leavitt, and more from the cast and crew of our final production of the season. Find out about the In Series treatment of this most-famous-of-operas, and enjoy a preview of some of its immortal music!

Hosted by In Series Board member Shannon Mouton.

Celebrating Guiseppe Verdi’s 200th birthday AND Carla Hübner’s special day as well!


Festivities include:

6:30pm - Garden Party Cocktail Reception

Gala Performance and Buffet Dinner


At the historic DACOR - Bacon House on 18th and F street two blocks from the White House.


Please reserve your tickets by April 22nd: Black tie is optional.

For further info call 202-204-7762

The DACOR-Bacon House was built in 1825, as a most distinguished boarding house: residents included Chief Justice John Marshall (a former Secretary of State), many Associate Justices, and other members of the Supreme Court. In 1835 it became the home of William Thomas Carroll of Maryland, one of the founders of the Law Department of The George Washington University (then Columbia College) and a Clerk of the Supreme Court. Congressman Robert Low Bacon bought the house in 1925. The house is furnished with many of the Bacon family’s art objects, paintings, and family portraits, and it is listed in the National Register of Historic Places.