Kentucky Opera presents Glory Denied
How do you return home from war when the world has left you behind?
One of the most important new works of present-day opera follows the saga of Jim Thompson, America’s longest-held prisoner of war. This production over Veteran’s Day weekend will amplify the stories, of our brave service men and women and their families who have made the ultimate sacrifices for our country.
Sung in English with English supertitles
Director: Mary Birnbaum
Conductor: Steven Crawford
Older Thompson: Gregory Gerbrandt
Older Alyce: Murrella Parton
Younger Thompson: Alexander Scheuermann
Younger Alyce: Chelsea Miller
-Performance includes one 20 minute intermission
-Opera Unwrapped with the cast and creative following each of the Sunday performances
-Opera Talk Back with the conductor following each of the Sunday performances
-Parking is available at the Brown Hotel Garage - access via 3rd St and valet parking in front of the Brown Theatre for $15
-Pre-Show Bites (hors d’oeuvres and cash bar) available before each show with a per person cost of $20 for Friday and $15 for Sunday, available by calling Rron at the Kentucky Opera, 502-561-7933.