Opera theater exhibits talents

Photo by Joseph Warren, The Bells

Photo by Joseph Warren, The Bells

On a Friday evening, many students head home for the weekend, but on Oct. 10, the students in the music department put on a show worth sticking around campus to attend.

Junior Kathleen Shelton said it was an “opera scene show” consisting of individual songs from Sweeney Todd, The Bartered Bride, Madama Butterfly and many more.

Senior Josh Hobratsch said, “I thoroughly enjoyed the show.”

Kelly Criswell opened with “Adele’s Laughing Song” from  Die Fledermaus, followed by Leslie Cross with the “Lullaby” from The Consul.

The department will host nine more performances. The Hillman Visiting Artist Series comes to campus Dec. 4,  bringing in top musical artists from all over the country.

Author: Joseph Warren

Joseph is a senior communication major from Humble, Texas, as well as the assistant sports editor. He took a year off from Cru soccer, but he is back with the team to play his final year. He is a big music lover who is always up for a good, live show.

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