San Francisco Examiner, Dialogues

Julie Adams (above) with Emma McNairy.

Julie Adams (L) with Emma McNairy.

Don’t miss out on The San Francisco Conservatory of Music’s production of Poulenc’s Dialogues of the Carmelites. Coming to the Cowell Theater at Fort Mason, March 31st – April 3rd. Tickets $20/$15. For more information visit or call 415.345.7575.  More details below. There is a $2 service charge added to all tickets that are purchased online or over the phone.

Approximate running time:  120 minutes

San Francisco Conservatory of Music’s Opera Theatre presents:

Dialogues of the Carmelites

Thursday, March 31, 7:30 PM
Friday, April 1, 7:30 PM
Saturday, April 2, 7:30 PM
Sunday, April 3, 2:00 PM

Poulenc’s Dialouges of the Carmelites (Sung in English with supertitles)

The past two months have been extremely busy for everyone. If you have the time please take in a performance of Dialogues. The cast and creative team behind it has been working extremely hard on this production & the challenges it possesses. It’s not easy to capture the strength, versatility, and grace of the Carmelite nuns –especially when they are about to be guillotined. Early this week I had the privilege of setting up some of the cast in costume (with the help of Robert & Maggie) to get some rehearsal shots.

Blanche (Julie Adams, L) and Mother Marie (Toby Branz, R).

Blanche (Julie Adams) in the company of her sisters.

Mother Marie (Toby Branz).

To pick up a physical copy of the pre-show review for this performance, check out today’s San Francisco Examiner. (Friday, March 18th). Pick up your free copy to read the review by Janos Gereben. If you prefer an online version, click here: SF Examiner Online, Friday March 18th.


I hope to see some of you there!




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