Tickets

Fri 17 – Sun 26 May

Tickets

Practical info

Fri 17 May | 18:00

TR25 Schouwburg - Haltheater

Been

Sat 18 May | 14:00

TR25 Schouwburg - Haltheater

Been

Sun 19 May | 18:30

TR25 Schouwburg - Haltheater

Been

Mon 20 May | 19:00

TR25 Schouwburg - Haltheater

Been

Tue 21 May | 19:00

TR25 Schouwburg - Haltheater

Wed 22 May | 18:00

TR25 Schouwburg - Haltheater

Thu 23 May | 19:00

TR25 Schouwburg - Haltheater

Fri 24 May | 19:00

TR25 Schouwburg - Haltheater

Sat 25 May | 14:00

TR25 Schouwburg - Haltheater

Sun 26 May | 14:00

TR25 Schouwburg - Haltheater

Threepenny Submarine: Season 1

Animated series dives into the (underwater) world of opera

Opera 5 & Gazelle Automations (CA)

Are you a fan of opera, classic hits, puppets, and children’s shows? Then, wowza, do we have the digital series for you! Canada’s Opera 5 has teamed up with Gazelle Automations to share the story of junior officers, Iona the cockatiel and Lydian the vixen, as they explore the deep sea in Threepenny Submarine near the mysterious Salieri sector. After a scare, they accidentally come across a strange sea creature who sounds like a flute and their adventure begins. Along the way their friendship is put to the test by the dangers of the sea, disagreements, and some rivals in the Trifecta Fleet. Lydian and Iona must learn to trust in themselves and expand their horizons to discover the mystery behind the sea creature. 

This nine episode web series is the perfect introduction to the magical world of opera and classical music for children, families, and anyone who is looking for a bit of whimsy. Threepenny Submarine features music from Mozart to Dame Ethel Smyth and highlights famous tunes that will inspire you to come back for more. The final two episodes feature all newly composed music by Canadian composers Cecilia Livingston and Ryan Trew. 

Episode 1: The Mysterious Sound (11:07 min)
Episode 2: A New Discovery (10:00 min)
Episode 3: Light and Dark (10:50 min)
Episode 4: Trust (10:57 min)
Episode 5: The Mighty Threedollar (9:05 min)
Episode 6: Codes and Signals (10:43 min)
Episode 7: Communication and Appreciation  (11:32 min)
Episode 8: Helpless (8:26 min)
Episode 9: New Beginnings (12:45 min)

The series can be seen continuously during O. in the hall of TR25 Theatre. A new episode every day!

On Friday 17 May at 20:10 hrs there will be an introduction by Rachel Krehm (creator and general director Opera 5) about Threepenny Submarine. Duration: 10 min, location: haltheater (hall theatre) TR25 Schouwburg, free entrance.

“Opera and film is a new form of dealing creatively with the classical repertoire. These Canadian makers intelligently and hilariously bring opera to life, reaching a whole new audience.” – Guy Coolen, artistic director O.

Credits

Production: Opera 5 and Gazelle Automations, creation: Rachel Krehm, Jessica Derventzis and Evan Mitchell, direction: Justin T. Lee, story and play: Rachel Krehm and Lindsay Lee, story editor: Lindsay Lee, director of photography: Justin T. Lee and Jeffrey Mackey, script supervisor: Graeme Gerussi, production design: Justin T. Lee, puppets designed and built: Benjamin Craig, Lindsay Lee and Robin Polfuss, costumes: Lindsay Lee, sets and, props: Gazelle Automations, three-dollar submarine built: Robbie Perchaluk, music recorded during Revolution Recording in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, sound recording engineers: Stephen Kosler Luke Schindler, assistant sound recording engineers: Christine Stoesser and Kohen Hammond, recording producers: Rafael Luz and Trevor Chartrand, music synchronisation producer: Rachel Krehm, ADR recording and editing: Evan Mitchell and Justin T. Lee, ADR direction: Justin T. Lee, Lindsay Lee and Jessica Derventzis, post-production: Gazelle Automations, spoken voice: Melody Schaal

Iona: spoken voice: Lindsay Lee, sung voice: Caitlin Wood, puppetry: Lindsay Lee, Lydian: spoken voice: Rachel Krehm, sung voice: Rachel Krehm, puppetry: Justin T. Lee, Captain Wilbur Longnose: spoken voice: Justin T. Lee, sung voice: Scott Rumble, puppetry: Lindsay Lee and Justin T. Lee, Ralph: spoken voice: Justin T. Lee, sung voice: Clarence Frazer, puppetry: Justin T. Lee and Lindsay Lee, Translator: spoken voice: Rachel Krehm, sung voice: Adanya Dunn, Flute: Amelia Lyon, Puppetry: Lindsay Lee, Little Hero: harp: Angela Schwarzkopf and Heidi Elise Bearcroft, Threepenny Submarine theme music: Ryan Trew, Featured music: Wagner, Ravel, Debussy, Dvořák, R. Strauss, Donizetti, Verdi, Parish-Alvars, Korngold, Humperdinck, Beethoven, Mendelssohn, Mozart, Grieg, Shostakovich, Farrenc, Schubert, Gounod, Bizet, Handel, Massenet, Dame Smyth and Evan Mitchell, all new music: Cecilia Livingston and Ryan Trew, music arrangements: Trevor Wagler and Evan Mitchell, music lyrics by Rachel Krehm, music director: Evan Mitchell, music librarians: Evan Mitchell and Rachel Krehm, music editor: Evan Mitchell, musicians: Allen Chomyn (violin), Yolanda Bruno (violin), Lyssa Pelton (violin), Eri Hattori Kosaka (violin), Jody Davenport (viola), Theresa Rudolph (viola), Rebecca Morton (cello), Roberta Janzen (cello), Amelia Lyon (flute), Kelly Zimba Lukić (flute), Tristan Durie (flute), Heidi Elise Bearcroft (harp), Angela Schwarzkopf (harp), Charlene Chin (harp).

Produced with the cooperation of the Canadian Federation of Musicians
Produced with the generous support of the Canada Council for the Art

Duration performance

Location

TR25 Schouwburg - Haltheater

Standard price

Free Entrance

DAY TICKETS €35

Tickets

Fri 17 May | 18:00

TR25 Schouwburg - Haltheater

Been

Sat 18 May | 14:00

TR25 Schouwburg - Haltheater

Been

Sun 19 May | 18:30

TR25 Schouwburg - Haltheater

Been

Mon 20 May | 19:00

TR25 Schouwburg - Haltheater

Been

Tue 21 May | 19:00

TR25 Schouwburg - Haltheater

Wed 22 May | 18:00

TR25 Schouwburg - Haltheater

Thu 23 May | 19:00

TR25 Schouwburg - Haltheater

Fri 24 May | 19:00

TR25 Schouwburg - Haltheater

Sat 25 May | 14:00

TR25 Schouwburg - Haltheater

Sun 26 May | 14:00

TR25 Schouwburg - Haltheater

Practical info

DAY TICKETS €35

Duration performance

Location

TR25 Schouwburg - Haltheater

Standard price

Free Entrance

Threepenny Submarine: Season 1

Animated series dives into the (underwater) world of opera

Opera 5 & Gazelle Automations (CA)

Are you a fan of opera, classic hits, puppets, and children’s shows? Then, wowza, do we have the digital series for you! Canada’s Opera 5 has teamed up with Gazelle Automations to share the story of junior officers, Iona the cockatiel and Lydian the vixen, as they explore the deep sea in Threepenny Submarine near the mysterious Salieri sector. After a scare, they accidentally come across a strange sea creature who sounds like a flute and their adventure begins. Along the way their friendship is put to the test by the dangers of the sea, disagreements, and some rivals in the Trifecta Fleet. Lydian and Iona must learn to trust in themselves and expand their horizons to discover the mystery behind the sea creature. 

This nine episode web series is the perfect introduction to the magical world of opera and classical music for children, families, and anyone who is looking for a bit of whimsy. Threepenny Submarine features music from Mozart to Dame Ethel Smyth and highlights famous tunes that will inspire you to come back for more. The final two episodes feature all newly composed music by Canadian composers Cecilia Livingston and Ryan Trew. 

Episode 1: The Mysterious Sound (11:07 min)
Episode 2: A New Discovery (10:00 min)
Episode 3: Light and Dark (10:50 min)
Episode 4: Trust (10:57 min)
Episode 5: The Mighty Threedollar (9:05 min)
Episode 6: Codes and Signals (10:43 min)
Episode 7: Communication and Appreciation  (11:32 min)
Episode 8: Helpless (8:26 min)
Episode 9: New Beginnings (12:45 min)

The series can be seen continuously during O. in the hall of TR25 Theatre. A new episode every day!

On Friday 17 May at 20:10 hrs there will be an introduction by Rachel Krehm (creator and general director Opera 5) about Threepenny Submarine. Duration: 10 min, location: haltheater (hall theatre) TR25 Schouwburg, free entrance.

“Opera and film is a new form of dealing creatively with the classical repertoire. These Canadian makers intelligently and hilariously bring opera to life, reaching a whole new audience.” – Guy Coolen, artistic director O.

Credits

Production: Opera 5 and Gazelle Automations, creation: Rachel Krehm, Jessica Derventzis and Evan Mitchell, direction: Justin T. Lee, story and play: Rachel Krehm and Lindsay Lee, story editor: Lindsay Lee, director of photography: Justin T. Lee and Jeffrey Mackey, script supervisor: Graeme Gerussi, production design: Justin T. Lee, puppets designed and built: Benjamin Craig, Lindsay Lee and Robin Polfuss, costumes: Lindsay Lee, sets and, props: Gazelle Automations, three-dollar submarine built: Robbie Perchaluk, music recorded during Revolution Recording in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, sound recording engineers: Stephen Kosler Luke Schindler, assistant sound recording engineers: Christine Stoesser and Kohen Hammond, recording producers: Rafael Luz and Trevor Chartrand, music synchronisation producer: Rachel Krehm, ADR recording and editing: Evan Mitchell and Justin T. Lee, ADR direction: Justin T. Lee, Lindsay Lee and Jessica Derventzis, post-production: Gazelle Automations, spoken voice: Melody Schaal

Iona: spoken voice: Lindsay Lee, sung voice: Caitlin Wood, puppetry: Lindsay Lee, Lydian: spoken voice: Rachel Krehm, sung voice: Rachel Krehm, puppetry: Justin T. Lee, Captain Wilbur Longnose: spoken voice: Justin T. Lee, sung voice: Scott Rumble, puppetry: Lindsay Lee and Justin T. Lee, Ralph: spoken voice: Justin T. Lee, sung voice: Clarence Frazer, puppetry: Justin T. Lee and Lindsay Lee, Translator: spoken voice: Rachel Krehm, sung voice: Adanya Dunn, Flute: Amelia Lyon, Puppetry: Lindsay Lee, Little Hero: harp: Angela Schwarzkopf and Heidi Elise Bearcroft, Threepenny Submarine theme music: Ryan Trew, Featured music: Wagner, Ravel, Debussy, Dvořák, R. Strauss, Donizetti, Verdi, Parish-Alvars, Korngold, Humperdinck, Beethoven, Mendelssohn, Mozart, Grieg, Shostakovich, Farrenc, Schubert, Gounod, Bizet, Handel, Massenet, Dame Smyth and Evan Mitchell, all new music: Cecilia Livingston and Ryan Trew, music arrangements: Trevor Wagler and Evan Mitchell, music lyrics by Rachel Krehm, music director: Evan Mitchell, music librarians: Evan Mitchell and Rachel Krehm, music editor: Evan Mitchell, musicians: Allen Chomyn (violin), Yolanda Bruno (violin), Lyssa Pelton (violin), Eri Hattori Kosaka (violin), Jody Davenport (viola), Theresa Rudolph (viola), Rebecca Morton (cello), Roberta Janzen (cello), Amelia Lyon (flute), Kelly Zimba Lukić (flute), Tristan Durie (flute), Heidi Elise Bearcroft (harp), Angela Schwarzkopf (harp), Charlene Chin (harp).

Produced with the cooperation of the Canadian Federation of Musicians
Produced with the generous support of the Canada Council for the Art

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