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Oakland Opera Theater

Oakland Opera Theater excels in the new. In an enticing evening titled "Great Moments in American History Set to Music," the company takes advantage of its intimate home in the Oakland Metro Operahouse to stage scenes from two operas-in-the-making: The Panthers by Clark Suprynowicz and Lynne Morrow, which explores the black revolutionary movement in Oakland in the 1960s; and Dark River by Mary Watkins, which explores the early civil rights movement. Friday, June 15, 8 p.m., and Sunday, June 17, 2 p.m. $24-$20. 510-763-1146, OaklandOpera.org

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