Science fiction opera

From Infogalactic: the planetary knowledge core
(Redirected from Science-fiction opera)
Jump to: navigation, search

Science-fiction opera is a subgenre of science fiction. It refers to operas whose subject-matter fits in the science fiction genre. Like science-fiction literature, science-fiction operas may be set in the future and involve intergalactic travel or alien invasion. Other science-fiction operas focus on a dystopian view of the future. Like Lorin Maazel's opera 1984, they may be based on a previously written science fiction book. Science-fiction operas provide opportunities for imaginative costume and scenic design.[citation needed]

Operas that parody well known science fiction tropes also exist, such as Space Opera[1] and Opera Galactica.[2]

List of science-fiction operas

The following is a partial list of science-fiction operas.

See also

References

  1. Space Opera, boston.com
  2. "Star Wars turns space opera", BBC News (7 August 2001)