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Coraline the Opera[]

An opera in two acts that had its world-premiere at the Barbican Centre, located in the Royal Opera House, in London, England. It was featured in 2018 from 27 March to 7 April.


Director: Aletta Collins.
Writer: Mark-Anthony Turnage.
Conducter: Sian_Edwards.
Libretto: Rory Mullarkey.

Coraline the Stage Musical[]

A stage musical in one act that had its world-premiere in the MCC Theater, located at New York, U.S.A.. It was additionally the first time a musical has been performed at this theater center. It was featured during 2009, from June 1 to July 5, it was initially only scheduled to feature until June 20 but was extended due to popularity.

It also premiered in the SF Playhouse theater, located at San Franciso, U.S.A.. Featured during 2010, from November 16 to January 15.

And in the Edmonton Fringe theater, located at Canada. It was featured during 2013, from August 15 to August 25. Produced by Impossible Mongoose Productions.

And in Chicago, U.S.A.. It was featured during 2014, from August 8 to September 6. Produced by Black Button Eyes Productions.

And in the Children's Theater, located at Charlotte, North Carolina, U.S.A.. It was featured during 2015, in October.


Director: Leigh Silverman.
Writer: Stephin Merritt.
Co-writer: David Greenspan.
Scene designer: Christine Jones.
Costume designer: Anita Yavich.
Lighting designer: Ben Stanton.
Choreography by: Denis Jones.
Musical director: Kimberly Grigsby.
Pianist: Phyllis Chen.
Dialect coach: Deborah Hecht.
Production manager: B.D. White.
Co-production manager: Adam Shive.
Stage manager: David H. Lurie.
General manager: Ted Rounsaville.
See a full list of actors and actresses: here!