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Tuesday Night Series 2019

Opera Theater : Tue 3/5/19 7:30PM - Tue 3/12/19 7:30PM

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Tuesday Night Series 2019

The Tuesday Evening Series includes all four operas in the 2019 Winter Opera Festival, with an option to add the 2018 Fall Opera Season production to make it a 5-opera package. See this package’s performance dates below.


Rossini’s The Barber of Seville, November 6, 2018*
Puccini’s Turandot, February 12, 2019
Mozart’s The Magic Flute, February 19, 2019
Verdi’s Nabucco, March 5, 2019
A Comic Double Bill: Donizetti’s Rita and Wolf-Ferrari’s Susanna’s Secret March 12, 2019

*The Fall Opera date is not included automatically in your subscription. You must choose The Barber of Seville after you add your preferred series to your shopping cart.



Nabucco Tuesday, March 5, 2019 7:30PM   ·   More Info »
Nabucco

Nabucco, king of Babylon, conquers the Hebrews, destroying the temple and taking them into captivity. Meanwhile, his rebellious daughter Abigaille plots to take power and gain the affection of her sister Fenena’s lover, Ismaele. Learning of the coup, the blasphemous Nabucco seizes the crown and declares himself god, but is struck mad by a thunderbolt. Will he regain his reason, repent, and return the Jews to their homeland?




Rita/Susanna's Secret Tuesday, March 12, 2019 7:30PM   ·   More Info »
Rita/Susanna's Secret

These two rare one-act comedies by Donizetti and Wolf-Ferrari will make for a delightful evening at the opera.

Rita (Two Men and a Woman) Gaetano Donizetti

Rita and her husband Peppe own an inn. Peppe, a sweet and timid man, is terrified of his tyrannical wife. When Gaspar, Rita’s first husband whom she believed drowned, comes back, he turns Rita and Peppe’s lives upside down.


Susanna’s Secret Ermanno Wolf-Ferrari

Continuing our Beyond Verdi series: Susanna has a secret she isn’t telling. Her husband, Count Gil, smelling tobacco on his wife’s clothes, is convinced that she is having an affair. He searches and searches, but can’t seem to catch her in the act. What could her secret be?





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