[...] the company is returning to its tiny home in the Tenderloin’s Exit Theatre with nothing less than a world premiere.“Hunter,” a chamber opera by composer Joseph M. Colombo and librettist Caitlin Mullan, sets us in an unnamed society at war and illuminates the romantic conflicts of the women and men waging it.Soprano Katie Nix, one of the innovators behind this company, takes the title role, as a soldier who falls in love with the girlfriend of one of her fellow combatants.
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