Check out some of Alison’s recent work for the operatic stage, including her debut directing live action in Virtual Reality!
American stage director Alison Moritz has quickly garnered a reputation for her innovative interpretations of the classic repertoire and her equally incisive takes on contemporary operas. Alison’s recent projects have been lauded as “raw, funny, surreal, and disarmingly human,” “elegantly sexy” and “singularly American” by Opera News and as “enchantingly cheeky” by the Washington Post.
Alison’s upcoming 2022-2023 season includes a landmark celebratory 50th Anniversary performance of Leonard Bernstein’s MASS at the Kennedy Center starring Will Liverman and conducted by James Gaffigan, as well as house directing debuts at Edmonton Opera (Tosca) and the Atlanta Opera (Candide), and a return to Austin Opera to direct Les pêcheurs de perles. In fall 2022, Alison makes her television debut directing the experimental Everything for Dawn, an original ten-episode opera airing on WNET and All Arts.
Upcoming imaginative and entertaining productions, with links to related companies.
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