The 40th birthday you won't want to miss
There's something about those big milestone birthdays that make us want to surround ourselves with friends, celebrate past achievements and look forward to all the possibilities of a bright future. Our 40th birthday promises to be a celebration to remember: with original productions of works by opera and musical theater's great composers, many special events and, of course, some birthday surprises.
Subscriptions are on sale now. Purchasing tickets to just one production? Single tickets go on sale January 26.
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A new adaptation of Mozart's classic Enlightenment tale takes its inspiration, in part, from the magical qualities of an unspoiled natural landscape. [More Information]
In the first-ever Glimmerglass production of Verdi's powerful Shakespearean drama, Artist in Residence Eric Owens makes his role debut as the title character; Melody Moore returns as his scheming wife. [More Information]
Passion and politics collide in Vivaldi's exquisite setting of Metastasio's poetic depiction of Cato the Younger. [More Information]
Funny, fast-moving and philosophical, Bernstein's take on Voltaire's satirical novella includes such classic tunes as "The Best of All Possible Worlds" and "Glitter and Be Gay." [More Information]
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