In my recent review of LA Opera’s The Marriage of Figaro, I lamented that the company had missed an opportunity by not doing Giovanni Paisiello’s adaptation of The Barber of Seville as part of the series of programs devoted to Pierre Beaumarchais’ three Figaro plays.
I stand corrected!
They are doing precisely that!
Dear readers and #LAThtr aficionadi,
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Three siblings and their father — all estranged — reunite at their mother’s ramshackle country homestead shortly after her death
Don’t miss LA Opera’s classic costumes SALE, Saturday, March 28, in the parking lot of their Downtown warehouse. This event is open to the public from 10:30am—4pm.
LA Opera’s Costume Shop is moving from its longtime home at 330 South Alameda Street in downtown LA to a nearby location later this spring. To
This Sunday – audiences can experience a very special classic animated film screening as Valley Performing Arts Center presents Disney’s Fantasia – live in concert on March 29, 2015
Valley Performing Arts Center is excited to announce its presentation of Disney FANTASIA – Live in Concert on Sunday March 29 at 1:00pm so families can
LA Opera’s Figaro Trilogy came to a triumphant conclusion Saturday night with the opening of Mozart’s The Marriage of Figaro. The trilogy began earlier this season with Corigliano’s ‘grand opera buffa’ Ghosts of Versailles and continued with Rossini’s comedy The Barber of Seville, which comes first chronologically in these musical adaptations of French playwright