Many have called opera "the ultimate art form" since it combines all other disciplines into one incredible work of art. Join Joshua Borths, Director of Opera and Musical Theater at Capital University, for a discussion about the history of the art form, what to listen for when you attend a performance, and why Hamilton may be our greatest modern opera. Return on Sunday, March 10th at 3 pm for Capital University's production of Who's Afraid of the Big Bad Wolf: Children's Opera.
Originally from Cincinnati, Ohio, Joshua Borths is known for his innovative and thought-provoking productions of opera and musical theater.
Borths arrives as the Director of Opera and Musical Theater at Capital University after serving 4 years as Arizona Opera's Resident Stage Director and Director of Education and Community Engagement: directing new productions, managing education programs, and creating community initiatives that reached 70,000 people annually. Additionally, Borths is a member of the summer directing staff of Des Moines Metro Opera and has held positions at the Crane School of Music (SUNY Potsdam), the Seagle Music Colony, and the Crested Butte Music Festival.
As an assistant director, Borths has worked with many opera companies including Arizona Opera, Wolf Trap Opera, Michigan Opera Theater, Des Moines Metro Opera, and the Festival della Valle d'Itria, and his educational adaptations of classic operas have been seen at Toledo Opera, Atlanta Opera, Arizona Opera, and the Florida State University.
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