Barbara DeMaio   Executive Director   

Rob Glaubitz   Artistic Director   

Becky McGuigan   Costume Director   

Jan McDaniel   Music Director   

Scott Hynes   Technical Director  

Joe Fitzgerald   Assistant Music Director 

Megan Guerra Stage Manager

Danielle Herrington  Graphic Designer

Megan Guerra          Marketing Interns
Alexandria Carmon

Board of Directors

Joel Burcham   President
Pamela Richman   Secretary
Rachel Stas Lewis    Treasurer
Ashley Baumgartner
Riley Cleaver
Dr. Greg Krempl
Lisa Reagan Love
Becky McGuigan
Emily Remmert
Laura Wardwell


Painted Sky Opera's Mission:
We present innovative, inspiring opera through performance and education, featuring emerging professional artists in Central Oklahoma.

The idea for Painted Sky Opera originated in a casual conversation between co-founders Rob Glaubitz and Barbara DeMaio when they commented that it was strange that Oklahoma City didn't have its own professional opera company considering the popularity of opera in other regional cities and the diversity of the OKC artistic scene.  So, after a lot of discussion and planning, the two of them founded the company in 2015 along with co-founder Mikayah Fox.  The Painted Sky Opera Board of Directors was formed in September 2015 with Joel Burcham as the founding president of the board.

In our first season, Painted Sky Opera performed four shows in three productions.  Our first show, La Canterina by Joseph Haydn, was produced at the OKCMOA Samuel Roberts Noble Theater in June 2016 in collaboration with the Oklahoma Haydn Festival.  It was followed by a double bill of Chabrier's An Incomplete Education and Menotti's The Medium in September 2016, which included a new libretto of the Chabrier comic opera written by Rob Glaubitz.   Our first season ended with Verdi's La Traviata in February 2017.

In addition to productions, Painted Sky Opera has also made a commitment to education and outreach.  In Painted Sky Opera's first year, we connected with more than 700 students at in-school outreach events.  We also sang for retirement and hospital communities in Oklahoma City and even connected with opera lovers in Lawton.