Rosina takes to the stage at Morrin Centre’s College Hall


Conservatoire de musique et d’art dramatique du Québec students rehearse Frances Brooke’s operetta Rosina, composed by William Shield. From left to right: Andréanne Moreau (William), Valérie Bélanger (Phoebe), Andrée-Anne Laprise (Captain Belleville), Karine Crépeault-Boucher (Mr. Belleville) and Lydia Laquerre (Rosina). The production, directed by Bertrand Alain, music conducted by Gilles Auger, will run from January 24 to 27 at the Literary and Historical Society of Quebec.

Deep below the Grand Théâtre de Québec, students at Quebec’s Conservatoire de musique are rehearsing the songs, dance moves and lines for the fast-approaching premiere of Frances Brooke’s operetta Rosina. The production is to be staged at Morrin Centre’s College Hall from January 24 to 27.