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Pre-Performance Talk – Opening Night of The Flood


Get discount tickets to opening night of The Flood and arrive early for a lively conversation that will provide context to enrich your experience. World premiere and co-commissioned by ProMusica Chamber Orchestra and Opera Columbus, composed by Korine Fujiwara with a libretto by Stephen Wadsworth, The Flood tells a story of human connection through loss and shared tragedy, centered around the devastation of Columbus’ Franklinton neighborhood in the Great Flood of 1913. 

»BUY TICKETS – Columbus Landmarks members enjoy a 10% ticket discount with Code CLM10. 

The Great Flood has had a lasting impact on Franklinton, and the neighborhood today is undergoing massive transformation. Columbus Landmarks’ very own Doreen Uhas Sauer, Education Coordinator, and Jim Sweeney, Trustee, will offer a 30-minute opening night pre-performance talk at 6:30 p.m. – the performance begins at 7:30 p.m. Doreen is a historian and popular contributor to WOSU’s Columbus Neighborhoods series. Jim is an urban planner, longtime Franklinton resident, and arts advocate. Join us for a little Franklinton, then and now, before this exciting premiere.

»READ Tom Katzenmeyer, President of the Greater Columbus Arts Council, on how the need to share our stories inspired this creative collaboration

 

 



Event Details

Organizers

  • Name: ProMusica
  • Name: Opera Columbus

Venue

Southern Theatre
21 E. Main St.
Columbus, Ohio 43215
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