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Website

http://www.ocpac.org/onstage/Event.asp?EventID=489&EventCategoryID=20

Description

Verdi’s La Traviata first premiered at Venice’s Teatro La Fenice in 1853.

Violetta, one of Paris’ most successful and experienced courtesans, is introduced to Alfredo, son of a wealthy nobleman. Their attraction is immediate, and Violetta abandons her cynicism for true love with this impetuous, vibrant young man. However, their happiness is interrupted by the arrival of Alfredo’s father, whose words remind Violetta that the world she has entered cannot accommodate a woman of her background.

Conducted by John DeMain on May 17, 19 and 21, 2005

Conducted by Kelly Kuo on May 22, 2005

Directed by Amy Hutchison

Seating & Pricing Information:
  • Price Level 4: Full Price: $100 Goldstar Price: $50

    Your seat will be assigned by the box office in one of the following sections: Rear orchestra rows Y-Z; Rear orchestra (side) rows S-X; Rear tier 1 rows T-V; or Front tier 2 rows A-J.



  • Price Level 5: Full Price: $85 Goldstar Price: $42.50

    Your seat will be assigned by the box office in one of the following sections: Mid-tier 2 rows K-P; or Mid-tier 3 rows G-M.



  • Price Level 6: Full Price: $75 Goldstar Price: $37.50

    Your seat will be assigned by the box office in one of the following sections: Mid-tier 2 (side) rows K-P; or Front- to Mid-tier 3 (side) rows A-Z.

    About the Ticket Supplier: Opera Pacific

    In just 18 seasons, Opera Pacific has established itself as one of the top ten professional opera companies in the nation. Opera Pacific's mainstage productions, extensive community outreach programs, and energetic Guild Alliance combine to create a dynamic cultural resource for all of Southern California.