MASCHERARSI (A Masquerade Rock Opera)
Saturday, February 1, 2014 from 7:00 PM to 10:00 PM (CST)
New Orleans, LA
On February 1, 2014 at 7:00PM doors will open at The Eiffel Society revealing an enchanting, yet twisted love story called, Mascherarsi (Italian for Masquarade). A rock opera with inspiration stemming from literary classics, great Opera’s and featuring the timeless, influential music of Monteverde and Mozart - the Reese Johanson Collective has created an exuberant cabaret theatre experience, with dinner.
Join us as we present a triangle love story between a Contessa, a Gondolier and a Maid. With mistaken identity, a magical mermaid and gypsy high jinks, you too can fall in love all over again!. Mascherarsi stars Bremner Duthie as The Gondelier, Reese Johanson as The Contessa and Mattea Musso as the Maid. Choreography by Dana Reed.
Doors open at 7:00PM for pre-show cocktails, with dinner and performance beginning promptly at 8:00PM. Tickets are $65 (includes dinner and a show). We will also offer a $40.00 ticket which includes entry and a complimentary cocktail.
When & Where
Reese Johanson (Collective) / Artist Inc.
Artist Inc. (Artist International Connection, Inc.) is an artist community and production company on a quest to create and expand collaborations that enhance and promote artistic expression and opportunity. Our mission is to act as a resource for both emerging and seasoned artists for expanding production needs, public relations and contacts. By way of our services and programming, artists tap into resources and opportunities to expand their careers, gain experience, widen their audience base and connect with other artists. Through our presenting events the community benefits through a greater access to the arts, as we offer our productions at affordable prices and in non-traditional, easily-accessible spaces. Artist Inc. is a 501-C3, not for profit organization, founded in 2007.
The Reese Johanson Collective is artist inc’s multidisciplinary performing arts ensemble with a mission to challenge artists to work outside of their comfort zone, encourage them to engage with artists whom they might not normally, and collaboratively create works of performance that are innovative, poignant, risky, and human. We invite artists outside of our company to work and perform with us and accordingly, we seek opportunities outside of our regular stomping grounds.