The company kicks off its 47th season with performances at the Kaye Playhouse at Hunter College.
The opera about family and race in America is one of five full productions headed for the D.C. company.
Broadway alum Zachary James and Anthony Roth Costanzo are among the principal artist winners.
The opera, which critics say approaches the murder of a Black teenager through the lens of a fictional white woman, is currently set to premiere later this month at John Jay College.
The pair adapted Ruhl's play into an opera last year.
Offering solidarity for Ukrainian citizens under attack, all ticket sales and other proceeds support relief efforts in Ukraine.
The opera is produced in association with Opera Noire International and The Harlem Chamber Players.
The Lincoln Center Theater production from two-time Pulitzer winner Lynn Nottage and Ricky Ian Gordon has been filmed for broadcast on PBS.
Gustavo Dudamel will lead the production, which is designed with both Deaf and hearing audiences in mind.
Now running Off-Broadway at Lincoln Center Theater, the opera features a score by Ricky Ian Gordon and a libretto by two-time Pulitzer winner Lynn Nottage.
General Manager Peter Gelb has released a video statement in support of Ukraine and its people and artists.
Tony winner Ivo van Hove will also direct Mozart's Don Giovanni.
The eight-week festival will also offer the world premiere of a new dance commission.
The jazz opera romp adds three performances before its March 6 finale.
The Lincoln Center Theater production features a libretto by two-time Pulitzer-winning playwright Lynn Nottage and a score by Ricky Ian Gordon.
Featuring set and costume design by Machine Dazzle, the celebratory musical imagines the final hours of the life of Socrates
Featuring a book and lyrics by Mac and music by Matt Ray, the celebratory musical imagines the final hours of the life of Socrates.
The Lincoln Center Theater production features a libretto by playwright Lynn Nottage and a score by Ricky Ian Gordon.
Audra McDonald, Angel Blue, Renée Fleming, Anthony Roth Costanzo, and more will host the PBS broadcasts.
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