Douglas Nagel takes a bow during the curtain call for "Aida" last month at the Alberta Bair Theater. The production was the last for Nagel as artistic director for Rimrock Opera Company, and the educator is already looking forward to his next challenge. In June, Nagel will travel to China fo…
Douglas Nagel isn’t wasting any time.
Rimrock Opera Company’s performance of “Aida” Saturday night was stunning visually and musically, a fitting farewell for longtime artistic director Douglas Nagel.
The best thing to do if you take in Rimrock Opera Company’s production of “Aida” next week is to sit back and let the music and the spectacle roll over you.
He called her Hank. She teasingly called him her boyfriend.
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Rimrock Opera’s Douglas Nagel will be one of the celebrity waiters at the fundraising dinner at the Moss Mansion on Thursday.
The Moss Mansion is planning a different sort of fundraiser this year — Celebrity Waiters.
Rimrock Opera Company is gearing up to stage its largest production since “Nosferatu” in 2004. “Aida” will be performed in April 2013.
In preparation for its spring production of “The Crucible,” Rimrock Opera presents Opera 101.
The Rimrock Opera Company's spring fundraiser, OperaFest, is scheduled for Saturday, April 14, at the Yellowstone Country Club, 5707 Bobby Jones Blvd.
Douglas Nagel, left, and Matthew Haney are the producer and director of Rimrock Opera’s staging of “Rigoletto.”
The Rimrock Opera Co. production of "Tosca" comes to the Alberta Bair Theater for performances on Saturday, April 30 at 7:30 p.m. and Sunday, May 1, at 3 p.m. Puccini's tragic work features Douglas Nagel as Scarpia and Cassandra Norville Kloaphake as Tosca.
Rimrock Opera presents its annual spring gala, OperaFest, on Saturday, April 9, at the Yellowstone Country Club, 5707 Bobby Jones Blvd.
Rimrock Opera presents its annual spring fundraiser, OperaFest, scheduled for Saturday, April 9, 2011 at the Yellowstone Country Club, 5707 Bobby Jones Blvd. OperaFest offers an upscale silent auction, fine dining, music and a delightful evening of entertainment.
It’s the stuff of daytime television: Pompous husband gets duped by his beautiful young wife who’s trying to set her lover up with with another woman to keep him close.
The purple and red feathered hats have been assembled, the men’s can-can rehearsed, the orchestra poised to soar through Franz Lehar’s epic score. All looked ready Monday for Rimrock Opera Company’s staging of “The Merry Widow” this weekend at the Alberta Bair Theater. But conductor Andy And…