We are hosting a giveaway for one lucky family to win (2) adult and (2) children’s tickets to attend THIS SUNDAY MARCH 8 matinee performance of The Barber of Seville. Galite and I will be there too! Winners will get to hang out with us after the performance and take pictures with the cast!
On Sunday, March 8, the matinee performance of LA Opera ‘s The Barber of Seville, a part of LA Opera’s Figaro Unbound trilogy, will feature themed activities prior to the production for the whole family to enjoy, while learning more about the opera and its fascinating set. Domingo Family Program activities are free with ticket purchases, with half-price tickets available for children from 9 to 17 when purchased with an adult ticket.
About the Domingo Family Program Day: Pre-show activities begin at 12:30 pm in the Fifth Floor Salons of the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion (located at 135 N. Grand Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90012). Teaching artist Peter Kors will lead enjoyable and inspiring acting workshops that explore themes from the opera and help youngsters understand the elements of theater.
After the performance, participants will have the opportunity to meet the cast at a special Domingo Family Program reception in the Fifth Floor Salons.
Booster seats are available to help small children get a better view of the performance. Booster seats can be picked up from the coat check stand located on the Grand Avenue side of the main lobby. You can also reserve booster seats in advance to have them waiting in your seating locations when you arrive.
Tickets for the March 8 Domingo Family Program performance start at $17 for adults, and are now available for sale in person at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion box office or by phone at 213.972.8001. (No online orders.)
About The Barber of Seville
Dashing Count Almaviva has lost his heart to the spunky Rosina, whose doddering guardian is determined to marry her himself. It’s Figaro to the rescue, as the resourceful barber conjures up wacky schemes and strategies to unite the young lovers. A topnotch cast sails through the score’s bel canto glories, thrilling the audience as characters that are just as vivid today as when they first took the stage. Rossini’s razor-sharp musical wit glints through every scene of this delicious comedy, one of the most playful and popular in the entire operatic repertoire.