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Modern Opera

Written by Fuse Staff

IC students perform Handel's Semele. Photo by Adam Baker

This past spring, IC students performed Handel’s Semele, an opera about a woman who wanted to become a goddess. The modern interpretation of the racy opera featured Bacchus (the god of wine) wearing a garland made of red solo cups.


Company by Stephen Sondheim
La Clemenza di Tito by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
The Cradle Will Rock by Marc Blitzstein
The Rover by Aphra Behn


On Campus

Roomful of Teeth
Porgy and Bess in Concert
Gamer Symphony Orchestra

In Town

Lucinda Williams
Lake Street Dive
David Sedaris
Henry Rollins
Of Montreal
The Big Takeover
Built to Spill



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