Local students featured in OTW’s ‘Noye’s Fludde’

Chester resident Katherine McNally will perform the lead youth role of Mrs. Ham in Opera Theatre of Weston’s production, Noye’s Fludde./Photo provided

Eight students from the Chester/Ludlow area will participate in the upcoming Opera Theatre of Weston production of Noye’s Fludde (Noah’s Flood) by Benjamin Britten. The one-act opera is a unique take on the well-known biblical tale of Noah and his Ark.  Noye’s Fludde will mark the 13th annual Opera in Winter produced by OTW.

Green Mountain Union High School student Katherine McNally will perform the lead youth role of Mrs. Ham, a wife of one of Noah’s sons. She will be joined by Morgan Brown of Ludlow, Aiyana and Natasha Fortin of Mount Holly and Adam Culver and Grace Thompson of Grafton, who will appear in the 24-member animal chorus.

Dancers Ava Hill of Andover and Eliza Rounds of Chester will perform the roles of the Raven and the Dove.

Tickets for the Rutland performance, at the Paramount Theater, 30 Center St., are $15 and $28. Go to www.paramountlive.org or call 802-775-0903 to purchase tickets for the Rutland performance.
Tickets for the Weston performance, at the Weston Playhouse, 703 Main St., are $20 and $28 for adults; $15 for students. To purchase tickets for Weston performances, call 802-824-3821 or e-mail otw@sover.net. For more information: www.operatheatreofweston.com.

Schedule of Performances

Sunday, Jan. 6       2 p.m.      Paramount Theatre, Rutland

Saturday, Jan. 12    2 p.m.      Weston Playhouse, Weston

Sunday, Jan. 13      2 p.m.      Weston Playhouse, Weston

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