Eugene Onegin


Eugene Onegin

Acclaimed stage director Paul Curran leads Yale Opera in a new production of Eugene Onegin. Tchaikovsky’s earnest treatment of Pushkin’s beloved verse novel brings to the opera stage this ever-timely tale of irrepressible love, heartless dismissal, and lasting regret nourished by time. Staged at New Haven’s historic Shubert Theatre, with Perry So conducting the Yale Philharmonia, Tchaikovsky’s Eugene Onegin puts us in touch with the hope and scars of youthful passion.

Company: Yale School of Music

Venue: The Shubert Theatre

Direction: Paul Curran

Orchestra: Perry So

Lighting Design: Solomon Weisbard

Associate Lighting Design: Taylor C Jensen

Lighting Programming: Taylor C Jensen

Scenic Design: Edward T. Moris

Projections Design: Edward T. Moris

Costume Design: Rebecca Welles

Hair and Makeup: Melissa Sibert

Photos: Matt Fried & Edward T. Moris