Opera-Theater Hybrid

At The Watermill Center

   The Watermill Center will hold its last two open rehearsals of the spring season this week.
    On Sunday at 6 p.m., Susan Yan­kowitz, a librettist and playwright, and Kamala Sankaram, an Indian-American composer, will present “Thumb­print,” an opera-theater work inspired by the experiences of Mukhtar Mai, a Pakistani woman who famously brought her rapists to justice.
    On Tuesday at 7:30 p.m., John Atwood, a Chicago street photographer, will present “If You Stand Long Enough You Become a Place.” The piece is a video presentation of an experiment in which he recreates the composition of photographs he has taken before seeing the developed film.
    Reservations for the two events can be made through watermillcenter­events.eventbrite.com.