Get Ready Boston. 

Our audience immersion, performance experience of Benjamin Britten's "The Turn of the Screw" will be performed in an existing house in the Boston Metro area, as opposed to a traditional theatre. Because of this, there will only be 30 tickets per show available for each of the 3 performances, totaling 90 people in Boston with the opportunity to see this production, over Halloween Weekend (October 30, 31, November 1.)

However, we are offering a unique opportunity for each of the top 5 donors to receive 5 tickets for the Wednesday (10/29) performance. The auction will begin August 24th at Midnight, and will end at Midnight on September 8th. Not only will you and your 4 closest friends or family members get a private viewing of the show, (before everyone else in Boston!) but after the performance, you will have an opportunity to have hot apple cider/coffee and fall refreshments with the cast and production staff, talk about the production and get a tour of the house with an optional picture with your favorite character/location.


All winning bids will be directed to donate directly to Fractured Atlas, which will issue a Tax Deduction for all funds over $100. If you are interested in this opportunity, please visit the Auction Website.

If you are interested in the production, but not in the competitive nature of the auction, tickets will go on sale in the middle of september, and will be offered exclusively to Opera Brittenica's mailing list. Join the mailing list below to be sure to be notified the second that the tickets go on sale, as once they are gone, there will be no other opportunity to experience this. 

This is sure to be the most terrifying and disorienting operatic experience you will ever encounter, as you will not have the luxury of being an innocent spectator from the comfort of your seat. You will be walking through the house and have to determine whether the shadow from the candle that you see on the wall is just an innocent shadow, or a breath on your neck is just the wind.

You'll have to brave the dark to find out.

Welcome to Bly.

We are THRILLED to announce that Opera Brittenica has been invited to come into residency at St. Peter's Episcopal Church in Central Square Cambridge MA, and so each of our concerts will be performed in the beautiful sanctuary. For more information about the culture of worship at St. Peter's, please click here.

If you like what we do, and you want to make sure that this kind of art stays alive in Boston, be sure to sign up for our mailing list, share Opera Brittenica and the fundraiser on your social media, and tell everyone you know about the great things that we are doing for the music community of Boston!

Joshua Collier & David Sawicki, Executive & Artistic Director, Opera Brittenica