The full slate of productions for this year's Glimmerglass Festival is in play and well worth trekking up to Cooperstown. Lerner and Loewe's Camelot with David Pittsinger and Nathan Gunn repeats on Sat 27 (matinee), Sun 28, Thu 1, Sat 3 (matinee) and Mon 5. A brilliantly cheeky staging of Verdi's bubbly King for a Day continues on Fri 26, Fri 2 and Tue 6. Passions, a unique pairing of David Lang's The Little Match Girl Passion (in a staged version with children's choir) and Pergolesi's Stabat Mater (in a luminously choreographed account featuring Nadine Sierra and Anthony Roth Costanzo) is staged on Mon 29 and Sat 3 (evening) And an erotically charged take on Wagner's The Flying Dutchman, starring Ryan McKinny, Melody Moore and Jay Hunter Morris, is onstage Sat 27, Tue 30 and Sun 4. For details about further events, see glimmerglass.org.