Boston Lyric Opera: A Reimagining of Donizetti's L'elisir d'amore
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A modern dance company that's been performing -- and blowing minds -- since 1971, Pilobolus proves that the human body is the most eloquent and magical of all mediums. The company's famed for its innovative contortions, requiring incredible strength, agility and flexibility, and they've been featured everywhere from Oprah and 60 Minutes to Late Night with Conan O'Brien and Sesame Street, not to mention performing to acclaim on the 2007 Academy Awards broadcast. Having collaborated with some of the best and brightest minds in entertainment -- including Maurice Sendak (Where the Wild Things Are), Grammy-winning band OK Go and Pulitzer Prize winner Art Spiegelman (Maus) -- Pilobolus continues to redefine the world's understanding of dance through constant transformation and evolution, continually adding to their repertory of more than 100 works. Learn More
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Music by Gaetano Donizetti
Libretto by Felice Romani
A co-production with Fort Worth Opera, Opera Colorado
and The San Francisco Opera
Sung in Italian with projected English translation
Sweet, gullible Nemorino loves smart, wealthy Adina. She gets engaged to a passing soldier. Desperate Nemorino meets a fast-talking doctor who sells him a slow-acting love potion, actually red wine. As the soldier’s wedding looms, Nemorino enlists to get money for more potion. Suddenly, unknowingly, he inherits a fortune. As the village girls swoon, he thinks the potion works. Adina, moved to tears, buys out Nemorino’s army contract. Everyone lives happily ever after, especially the doctor, who sells a lot more potion.