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Tim F
The parking garage is kind of tucked away, so definitely pay close attention to your GPS directions. At $10, parking's a little pricey, but you're right across the plaza from the theatre entrance.
Trying info Sep 15 2014 star this tip starred
Bette Harris
We parked in a General Parking lot very close to the Greek Restaurant. It was only $3 for the day on Sunday.
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Reviews & Ratings

11 ratings
4.6 average rating
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20 reviews
70 stars
attended Mar 31 2013

I felt like I was watching Maria Callas in person! If you have any interest in her life, opera, or the sacrifices artists make for their art, you will enjoy this show. The voices and performances of the students were lovely, but "Maria" stole the...continued

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15 reviews
1 stars
attended Apr 12 2013

Fantastic show !
great performances by all the actors.
i especially liked the "students" and the piano player.
Anyone expecting a mini-opera will be disappointed though there is some great singing and acting in this play.

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TJ
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29 reviews
27 stars
attended Mar 28 2013

Excellent performance by Gigi! Amazing natual rapport with the audience. I felt that the scenes with the soprano 2 were played a little too much for laughs to then take it seriously when I felt it should have gone deeper. But all in all, it's a...continued

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Website

http://ictlongbeach.org/

Description

Internationally renowned soprano Maria Callas had a legendary voice and an equally legendary life as one of the world’s most celebrated (and gossiped-about) opera stars. In 1971, Callas taught a series of master classes at Juilliard. Outspoken in her artistic beliefs and uncompromising in the musical understanding she sought to communicate to 25 fortunate students, Callas worked through her legendary arias from Mozart, Verdi, Rossini, Puccini and others. Terrence McNally’s play finds Callas near the end of her career, her voice almost gone, as she instructs a group of young singers aspiring to the heights of fame and fortune with wicked humor, unrelenting criticism and deeply personal stories.

About the Ticket Supplier: International City Theatre

ICT is committed to bringing the Southern California community affordable, quality, professional theatre that is entertaining, intellectually stimulating, and emotionally satisfying; and to continuing its growth as a major regional theatre in America.