The Very Last Green Thing - Michigan Opera Theatre

The Very Last Green Thing

CANCELED
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Unfortunately the main stage performance was canceled, but the Michigan Opera Theatre Children’s Chorus will perform this opera on Facebook!

The Very Last Green Thing
MOT’s first-ever digital opera performance!
May 22 at 11:00 AM

Details here: MOT at Home

 

All performances of The Very Last Green Thing are canceled.
Reimbursement information here.

The year is 2413 where students are taught and raised by an android with rare opportunities to go “outside.” After encountering a time capsule from the early 21st century, the children find a withered plant and the secrets unlocked from the planet’s past.

Michigan Science Center Precurtain
The Michigan Science Center will share a 15-minute interactive presentation about what we can do to be good stewards of our planet. Volunteers will be invited on stage to help demonstrate different scenarios.

1:30 PM – Earth Day Celebration
Arrive early for the Earth Day Celebration! Family friendly activities include crafts with Arts & Scraps and ice cream from Treat Dreams.

Fisher Theatre
Performed at the historic Fisher Theatre, 3011 W. Grand Blvd

Fast Facts

Composed by Cary John Franklin
Premiered 1992 in Saint Louis

This Production
Performed at the Fisher Theatre
Dianna Hochella, conductor
Sarah Hawkins Rusk, director

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Sponsors

Student Dress Rehearsal Sponsor:

Fast Facts

Composed by Cary John Franklin
Premiered 1992 in Saint Louis

This Production
Performed at the Fisher Theatre
Dianna Hochella, conductor
Sarah Hawkins Rusk, director

Sponsors

Student Dress Rehearsal Sponsor: