Saturday, April 25, Pre-opera Reception at 6pm; Performance at 7:30pm
San Diego Civic Theatre, 3rd Avenue and B Street, Downtown San Diego
OUT at The Barber of Seville
San Diego Opera invites you to OUT at the Opera on Saturday, April 25, 2020 for Rossini's hilarious The Barber of Seville .
From 6pm onward, join other proud San Diegans for a pre-opera reception with delicious light bites and drinks. We’ll have a special Pride-inspired Step & Repeat, mix and mingle, and hear from San Diego Opera’s own General Director, David Bennett.
- $134: Orchestra - includes pre-opera reception and discounted opera ticket ($25 of the ticket price will be donated to San Diego Pride)
- $163: Upper Loge - includes pre-opera reception and discounted opera ticket ($25 of the ticket price will be donated to San Diego Pride)
- $229: Lower Loge - includes pre-opera reception and discounted opera ticket ($25 of the ticket price will be donated to San Diego Pride)
- $10.00 handling fee waived on all transactions.
- Free backstage tours, beginning at 6:00pm. Please email Vanessa at Vanessa.Dinning@sdopera.org to reserve your spot, subject to availability.
- Personalized service. Please contact Vanessa Dinning at Vanessa.Dinning@sdopera.org if you need any assistance.
About The Barber of Seville
by Gioachino Rossini
Figaro, Figaro, Fiiiigggaarrro! He’s Seville’s “King of Lather and Foam” and master of a few other tricks as well. Barber by day, matchmaker by night, Figaro puts his wiles to work as he aids Count Almaviva in wooing the beautiful Rosina. She’s such a catch that her disreputable guardian Dr. Bartolo keeps her under lock and key with the intent of marrying her himself. But no challenge is too great for Figaro and with hilarious pranks, mistaken identities, and general tomfoolery at every turn, we’ll find out which marriage is made in heaven! Featuring “Largo al factotum,” the famous aria heard everywhere from car commercials to Bugs Bunny, and “Una voce poco fa,” Barber contains some of the most delightful music ever composed. Don’t miss this popular opera full of romance and laugh-out-loud moments.
Sung in Italian with projected English translations.