Hoping this third time is a charm…
After two postponements and related rescheduling, Opera in the Rock is pleased to present a new season with Scalia/Ginsburg: An Opera by Derrick Wang in partnership with the Clinton Foundation.
In celebration of live opera returning to Central Arkansas and our love of all things Scalia/Ginsburg, we’ve curated an exclusive gift guide of supreme importance for Ginsburg groupies + opera enthusiasts. Most items are sourced or made locally; all are independent local boutiques and crafters.
Purchase tickets for Scalia/Ginsburg: An Opera by Derrick Wang to one of the five performances, August 26-29: www.operaintherock.org/events.
This one-act comical opera is at the Clinton Presidential Center.
Supreme Court Sangria
Order a refreshing Supreme Court Sangria before or after the show at 42 bar+table. Reservations are encouraged for lunch, dinner, and brunch – proof of vaccination is required for entry into the Clinton Presidential Center which is otherwise temporarily closed due to the pandemic.
I DISSENT RBG Necklace with Gavel Charm
This locally-made, hand-stamped I DISSENT necklace is like a contemporary dissent collar, nodding to Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. A portion of the proceeds (20%) benefit the Arkansas Association of Women Lawyers Scholarship Fund.
This signed giclee print is created on archival watercolor paper with a white margin – all proceeds support the ACLU of Arkansas in honor of Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
I’m Speaking Candle
Inspired by the subtle strength of femininity, I’m Speaking is as fresh as it is grounding. Sparkling top notes of citrus, vetiver and ozone with a floral medley of violet, jasmine and earthy angelica – a warming base of sandalwood and amber adds depth + complexity to the fragrance.
A hand poured scented soy candle – featured scents include lily of the valley, amyris and leather.
These sassy pins celebrate the legacy of RBG and include a rubber-clutch backing.
Inspired by her fascination with body language and the female experience, MILKDADD’s often-evolving style never seems to fit into one category – yet her obsession with the female face remains a constant. She works on several mediums including spray paint, chalk, charcoal and bold acrylics.
Lisa Krannichfeld utilizes her childhood experiences with two intermixing cultures + traditions in her work, which focuses on the woman. Her expressive portraits refute the traditional portrayal of women being passive subjects to gaze upon, evident in their confrontational, and at times defiant expressions. Lisa uses traditional Chinese ink and watercolor materials in a nontraditional way with mixed materials.
His stylized portraits confront the idea of personal identity and social status within American culture. His latest series Touched by the Hand of God addresses the concept of social status with a nod to the style of rococo + a modern hand. This New York native currently resides in Little Rock.
WordsWorth Books celebrates current events, history and fiction through the written word. Its values the power of books and the connections that come with being a local independent bookstore in a global world.
Scalia/Ginsburg: An Opera by Derrick Wang Performance Information:
The Great Hall at the Clinton Presidential Center
Thursday, August 26 – Sunday, August 29, 2021 < five ticketed public performances – one preview, an opening night celebration, an evening and two matinee performances >
Tickets – general admission $40 each (does not include 3% processing fee) | $125 for the opening night celebration (Friday, August 27)
< opening night includes the opera performance, a panel discussion with the director and special guests, a dessert reception with a beer and wine hosted bar, and a souvenir show poster >
In compliance with current protocols and recommendations from the Clinton Presidential Center, all ticketed attendees are required to wear masks and show proof of COVID-19 vaccination for admittance to Scalia/Ginsburg performances August 26 – 29, 2021. With concern for the health and safety of our visitors, staff, and volunteers, the Clinton Presidential Center has implemented COVID-19 safety protocols.
Anyone entering the facility must wear a mask while indoors. Masks may be lowered for eating and drinking, but are otherwise required to be worn. Masks must completely cover the nose and mouth and must not contain a ventilation valve or vent.
Anyone entering the facility must be fully vaccinated and show proof of vaccination (physical copy or photograph thereof). Those who are unable to produce proof of full vaccination will not be permitted to enter the facility. “Fully vaccinated” means at least 14 days after your final dose of an FDA authorized COVID-19 vaccine.
- Children are also included in the fully vaccinated policy. To clarify, children under the age of 12 years-old are not permitted to enter the building. Children 12 years-old and older may enter the building if they have been fully vaccinated and have proof of vaccination.