Hitting the High C’s with AOOC!


Sunday, May 2 @ 6:00 pm
Online Event

About the Event

Ahoy, Matey!

Come meet the members of Anchorage Opera’s Overture Council! We’re so excited about Anchorage Opera’s 2021-2022 “Season of Healing” that we arrrrr “Hitting the High C’s” in celebration of their season opener, The Pirates of Penzance!
The Overture Council is a group of young professionals who envision a community with access and enthusiasm for the art of opera! Get to know the members, learn about your local opera company, chat with visiting STARS–all while sipping on your delicious cocktail (or mocktail!) from La Bodega!
Join us to find out more about Anchorage Opera’s upcoming “Season of Healing” including The Pirates of Penzance by Gilbert and Sullivan, Missing by Marie Clements & Brian Current, and Tosca by Puccini!
The event will include pirate-themed cocktail* and mocktail* Mojito kits through our event partner, La Bodega, OR just come hang out with the AOOC for FREE and BYOB! Discount vouchers for any single ticket purchase in Anchorage Opera’s 2021-22 main stage season purchased through Centertix included in the purchase of an event kit.
You must be present to win prizes including Anchorage Opera swag, a One Hour Facial from Siren Beauty, a Cut & Color from Halo Salon, a Half Hour Voice Lesson from Songbird Studios, Two tickets to any Anchorage Cabarets Regular Performance, and more!
PLUS! Meet and greet STARS from AO’s upcoming season!
See you there landlubbers!
*Purchaser must be present with valid ID and proof of purchase to pick up kits for both cocktail and mocktail kits. Kits may be picked up Friday April 30 through Sunday May 2.
Ticket sales support the ongoing educational and fundraising efforts by the Anchorage Opera Overture Council to benefit the Anchorage Opera.


Mojito Cocktails or Mocktails from La Bodega


Jenni Bank, mezzo soprano (“Ruth” in The Pirates of Penzance)

John Riesen, tenor (“Frederic” in The Pirates of Penzance)

Kate Bass, soprano (“Ava” in Missing)

Peter Scott Drackley, tenor (“Cavaradossi” in Tosca)