LA TRAVIATA by Giuseppe Verdi
January 18 — 20

In the glittering and decadent world of 1850s Parisian nightlife, Alfredo falls desperately in love with the beautiful Violetta, one of Paris’s most notorious courtesans. Despite her reservations, she returns his love and they flee Paris for the tranquility of the countryside. Violetta’s happiness is tragically shattered when Alfredo’s father manipulates her into abandoning Alfredo to save his family’s honor.

LA CENERENTOLA by Gioachino Rossini
February 15 — 17

Angelina (Cinderella) is a beautiful, tolerant and forgiving young woman who is treated as little more than a scullery maid by her abusive family. She must overcome the cruel antics of her scheming stepfather and jealous stepsisters to win her devastatingly handsome Prince.

SALOME by Richard Strauss
March 15 — 17

In the depraved court of Salome’s stepfather Herod, the nubile Salome performs the wanton “Dance of the Seven Veils” only to demand that he show his gratitude by rewarding her with the head of John the Baptist who rejected her advances.

*NOTE: Salome contains nudity and adult themes.

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