Porgy and Bess
Don't miss George Gershwin's beloved folk opera Porgy and Bess as live broadcast from the Met on February 1 at Jönköpings Theatre.
Porgy and Bess is back at Met for the first time since 1990 in a new set directed by James Robinson. This "folk opera", which the authors described in 1935, is the story of the disabled beggar, Porgy (Eric Owens) and his love for the drug addict Bess (Angel Blue).
The opera is filled with beloved classics such as Summertime, It Ain't Necessarily So, Bess, You Is My Woman Now, Got Plenty and Nuttin, and My Man's Gone Now. Among other opera stars, Donovan Singletary is noted as fisherman Jake, Golda Schultz as his wife Clara and Latonia Moore as widow Serena.
Language: The Opera is in English with Swedish subtitle.
Conductor: David Robertson
Director: James Robinson
Scenography: Michael Yeargan
Costume Designer: Catherine Zuber
Lighting Designer: Donald Holder
Eric Owens as Porgy
Angel Blue as Bess
Golda Schultz as Clara
Latonia Moore as Serena
The opera is broadcast on the big screen, directly from The Met in New York.
Front doors open:
90 minutes before the show
Length of the opera:
Approximately 3 hours 40 minutes including break
None. Everyone must have ticket, regardless of age.
For everyone’s well-being and safety, coats are not allowed in the auditorium. You can buy the wardrobe ticket when you buy your ticket for the show.
Food and beverage:
Pre order your food together with your purchase of tickets for Jönköping Theatre. Enjoy carefully cooked food made on selected food items. The food is served from 90 minutes before the show. At shows with a pause you can also pre order food to enjoy in the pause. The pre order shop closes three days before the day of the show.
Wheelchair seats cannot be purchased online.
Wheelchair seats can be booked at Biljettservice at Jönköping Theatre and by phone 0771-211 300.