Maureen O’Flynn at The Cabaret at The Columbia Club, Apr. 27
By Anne Miller
The Cabaret at The Columbia Club
Metropolitan Opera leading lady Maureen O’Flynn, makes her Indianapolis cabaret debut with a sumptuous musical feast for the ears. Featuring classics by Kern, Porter, Sondheim, and Weill, Maureen’s versatility shines in this intimate performance. Equally comfortable on the opera stage at La Scala or the musical theater stages at the Berkshires Theatre Festival, Maureen proves to be one of the most thrilling voices to grace the worlds of opera, musical theatre and cabaret.
Show Times: April 27, 2012 at 8:00 p.m.
Tickets: $35, $45, $55 ($12 food or beverage minimum)
For tickets call 317.275.1169, or order online at www.TheCabaret.org
Location: The Cabaret at the Columbia Club, 121 Monument Circle, Indianapolis, IN 46204
$10 valet Parking is available for cabaret patrons
ABOUT MAUREEN O’FLYNN
Internationally acclaimed performing and recording artist, Maureen O’Flynn, garners enthusiastic praise from critics, peers and audiences, not only for her brilliant, soaring voice but also for her dramatic interpretations. Of an opening night performance of Roméo et Juliette at the Metropolitan Opera, The New York Times said the soprano “won a deserved ovation from the audience,” and Variety exclaimed, “not only a superb technician, with the full coloratura arsenal at her disposal, but a sensitive interpreter.” Ms. O’Flynn is regarded as one of the finest interpreters of Gilda in Rigoletto, performing the role with the Metropolitan Opera under the baton of Plácido Domingo and debuted with Dallas Opera, winning the company’s Callas Award as “Outstanding New Artist of the Year.” Over the past few seasons, noted engagements included Juliette in Roméo et Juliette at the Metropolitan Opera; Blue Fairy in the premiere of Pinocchio with the Minnesota Opera; Pat Nixon in Nixon in China with Cincinnati Opera; and Mimi in La Bohème with the Minnesota Orchestra and the Indianapolis Opera.
Ms. O’Flynn is equally at home on the theatre and musical theatre stage. She performed Guinevere in Camelot with the Berkshires Theatre Festival, as well as Eliza in My Fair Lady. Other theatre credits include the roles of Julie in Carousel, Jenny in Company and Meg in Damn Yankees. Next, she returns to the Metropolitan Opera for La Bohème and performs Violetta in La Traviata at the Indianapolis Opera.
ABOUT THE CABARET
The Cabaret is a professional, 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. The mission of the Cabaret is to elevate and promote the cabaret art form by presenting the finest in professional cabaret performances and developing the next generation of cabaret artists.
ABOUT THE COLUMBIA CLUB
The Columbia Club is the premiere private city club in Indianapolis, located in the heart of downtown on Monument Circle. Established in 1889, the nonprofit Columbia Club provides opportunities for business networking and social connections among its diverse membership. The beautiful Clubhouse, listed on the National Register of Historic Places, features fine and casual dining, catering and meeting facilities, 96 guest rooms and a complete fitness center.
The Columbia Club Foundation is dedicated to the acquisition, preservation and exhibition of items of literary and artistic significance as well as the restoration, preservation and protection of the historic Clubhouse.