Atlanta Opera, Terminus Ballet films now on streaming platform Marquee TV

The Atlanta Opera and Terminus Modern Ballet Theater have developed new content partnerships with Marquee TV, a streaming service for the arts based in London and New York, it was announced today. The only other North American arts organizations being added to the site at this time are The Washington Ballet and Fall for Dance North, based in Toronto.

The Atlanta Opera’s love Letters To Atlantis, Directed by Felipe Barral, director of The Atlanta Opera Film Studio, it is now available to stream on the Marquee site, along with its productions of Pagliacci, Julius Caesar, The Kaiser of Atlantis and The (R)evolution Of Steve Jobs, All directed by Barral and General and Artistic Director Tomer Zvulun.

The (R)evolution of Steve Jobs premiered simultaneously on Marquee TV and the opera’s own streaming platform in May 2022. Barral says The Atlanta Opera is the only opera company in the world to have a film studio embedded in the company.

“Our mission aligns with what Marquee TV is doing as a streaming platform for art lovers,” Barral says. “We are honored that they have hand-picked us as one of the few artistic companies from the United States to be incorporated into their platform.”

The Poet
The dance film “The Poet” explores the impact of dementia on a father and daughter. (Photo illustration by Joseph Guay and Cody Collins)

Also available now on Marquee TV are Terminus’ dance films of long ago and only once, choreographed by Ana Maria Lucaciu and first streamed in 2020 during the pandemic, and Tara Lee’s The Poetwhich the company streamed in June 2021. (Terminus will perform Long ago and only once live for the first time on May 6 and 7.)

“We’re so excited about this partnership with Marquee TV because it allows us the opportunity to captivate and reach dance lovers with cutting-edge dance experiences across the United States and all around the world,” says Terminus’ Artistic Director John Welker.

Marquee TV is a streaming service specializing in dance, opera, music and theater, most of it from companies based in Europe. The service is available through the Marquee app and is the only arts and culture service on Amazon Prime. It’s also available on Apple TV, Android TV and several other platforms.

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Andrew Naughtie

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