The Evansville Philharmonic Orchestra partners with Evansville Civic Theatre and Ballet Indiana to present Theatricality “Re-Imagined” by livestream on Saturday, January 16 at 7:00 PM.

This re-imagined concert features The Soldier’s Tale by Igor Stravinsky. The production, staged on the Evansville Civic Theatre stage, combines elements of theater and music in this delightful performance by a small instrumental ensemble, three actors, and two dancers. The 1917 Russian theatrical tale is about a soldier who trades his fiddle to the devil in return for unlimited riches. Temptation abounds, with good and evil entwined in a rhythmic and harmonic struggle for one man’s soul. Stravinsky masterfully incorporates sharp rhythms and biting harmonies to invoke feelings of love, loss, and betrayal.

To purchase $15 livestream tickets, patrons must have a valid email address and can purchase online at the www.evansvillephilharmonic.org or call the EPO ticket office at (812) 425-5050. For questions, the box office is available between 10 AM and 4:30 PM, Monday through Friday.

Evansville Civic Theatre
The Evansville Civic Theatre serves to enhance and enrich the Evansville community by cultivating an appreciation for the performing arts and providing an outlet for self-expression and education through high quality entertainment. Evansville Civic Theatre Artistic Director Kevin Roach studied at Indiana University and also serves as Stage Director and Drama Coach at Mt. Vernon Senior High School Fine Arts Academy.

Ballet Indiana
Ballet Indiana offers individualized training with small classes proven to elevate dancers to the next level. Due to small student-teacher ratio, instruction is tailored specifically to each dancer’s abilities and limitations. Ballet Indiana Artistic Director Kerri Lambert received her M.F.A in Dance from the
University of Oklahoma, where she performed with Oklahoma Festival Ballet and OU Opera Theatre.

Join Roger Kalia and Evansville Civic Theatre Artistic Director Kevin Roach for a live virtual pre-concert chat at the Evansville Philharmonic Orchestra Facebook page, Wednesday, January 13 at 7:30 PM (CT). Roger will provide interesting and unique facts about the work, as well as different musical aspects to listen for. People signed into Facebook can ask questions and add their comments.