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Cue the Operatic Hilarity: 'Albert Herring' at Princeton Festival

Singers Shawn Roth, Eric Delagrange, Joshua Stewart, and Ann Toomey are rehearsing. They are all standing, holding glasses raised in a toast.

The Princeton Symphony Orchestra's full-length, fully staged production of Benjamin Britten's comic opera Albert Herring takes center stage at the Princeton Festival Friday, June 17 and Sunday, June 19, at 7 p.m. under the 10,000 square-foot performance tent on the grounds of Morven Museum & Garden.

Music Director Rossen Milanov conducts the orchestra and vocal artists from the U.S. and Europe performing alongside cast members with ties to the Princeton community. The opera is sung in English with English titles.

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