Collected Works is proud to partner with the Santa Fe Opera’s Consider the Source Conversations & Seminars, the Santa Fe Opera Guild's lecture series with Desiree Mays, and the Santa Fe Opera Bookclub, in anticipation of the upcoming 2021 Opera season. These are wonderful opportunities to learn from a variety of professional, knowledgeable Operatic experts.
View pre-recorded conversations, register for future seminars and find more information here.
Below are the upcoming books for discussion in April and May 2021. All books are available to purchase online, or call us at (505) 988-4226!
Dracula by Bram Stoker
»» The godfather of the Vampire genre and one of literature’s all-time classics, Dracula was originally published in the late 19th century. Stoker’s professional ties to the theatrical world and the years spent researching European folklore give this tale unique flair, authenticity and melodrama. Although the book was not commercially successful when it was originally published, Dracula has staked its claim in the pantheon of great works.
Euripides V: Bacchae, Iphigenia in Aulis, The Cyclops, Rhesus by Euripides
Paperback (CALL FOR PRICE)
»» The Greeks sure knew how to make a dramatic time out of pretty much any situation. Luckily, this penchant makes for some of the greatest theatrical works ever produced; comedies, tragedies, you name it. If it is the source you’re looking for, you’ll be hard-pressed finding a better culture to look to than the original drama queens, and kings.
Reviews by Joel
Books are in stock at the bookstore, you can order online or call us at (505) 988-4226.