CPCC Opera Theatre


“OPERA LOVERS IGNORE the current generation of CPCC Opera Theatre productions at their peril….. this was a production that deserved to play to a capacity house. Maybe by next season, word-of-mouth will catch up with the quality of opera at Halton.”(Creative Loafing review of The Marriage of Figaro by Perry Tannenbaum – May 2007)
“A phenomenal find at CPCC Opera Theatre’s The Tales of Hoffmann”
“CP’s production …..a revelation to those who have never seen Offenbach’s tuneful crowdpleaser here.”
(Excerpts from a Creative Loafing Online Review by Perry Tannenbaum of CPCC Opera Theatre’s production of The Tales of Hoffmann—January 27, 2009)
Tosca 2017
The Medium

Pagliacci                                                    The Seven Deadly Sins

 Pirates of Penzance


CPCC Opera Theatre’s 2016-17 Season

Christmas Oratorio (In collaboration with The CPCC Dance Theatre)
Music by Johann Sebastian Bach
Choreographed by Charles Weidman
November 18, 19 – 7:30 p.m.
November 20 – 2:30 p.m.

Music by Giacomo Puccini
Libretto by Luigi Illica and Giuseppe Giacosa
March 31 and April 1 – 7:30 p.m.
April 2 – 2:30 p.m.

All performances are presented at the Dale F. Halton Theatre on the CPCC Central Campus.

For info or questions: Becky.Cook-Carter@cpcc.edu or 704/330-6571


All performances are presented at the Dale F. Halton Theater on the Central Campus of Central Piedmont Community College, 1201 Elizabeth Avenue (corner of Kings Drive and Elizabeth Avenue).
Season Ticket $30.00
Individual Halton Theater Tickets:
$18.00 and $16.00
$12.00 Senior and $5.00 CPCC student
For tickets, call the CPCC Box Office @ 704.330.6534 or email boxoffice@cpcc.edu.
For more information call 704.330.6571
Become a Patron of CPCC Opera Theatre
Call 704.330.6869, or visit http://cpccfoundation.com/cpcc-arts/ to support performing arts at CPCC.
Mission Statement
Our belief is that the operatic experience touches the core of the human spirit. To that end the mission of the CPCC Opera Theatre is to promote the innovative and comprehensive development and training of regional operatic talent, in an academically, geographically and financially accessible institution; as well as building and educating present and future audiences and enriching the economic, social, and cultural life in the Charlotte-Mecklenburg region of North Carolina.