Greek Myth Gets Provocative Retelling From Constellation Theatre Company
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Who is killing the heroines of great opera works? Find out in Fatal Song, a combination opera/whodunit/parody from writer Kathleen Cahill. The leading ladies of great works from Mozart, Bizet, Puccini, Verdi and more are being picked off, and they must join forces to sing and sleuth their way to solving the mystery. High art and low comedy join forces in this unique and intimate entertainment experience praised by the Salt Lake Tribune as "a delightfully daffy send-up of the opera genre." Learn More
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Constellation Theater is my go-to place for unusual repertory. It's amazing what this company does on a small budget and in a small space. The cast was uniformly excellent. Be advised that if you are sitting in a side front row seat, stage action...continued
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- “Constellation’s The Love of the Nightingale is dynamic and heartbreaking.”—The Washington Post
- “Teasley’s rhythms touch the heart and soul.”—DC Theatre Scene
- “Has all the disturbing elements of a juicy Greek tragedy.”—The Washingtonian
- “This ancient tale feels more raw and powerful than any her company has given us in its seven-year existence.”
—Washington City Paper
Section A is located in the prime locations of the theater, usually within the first several rows.
Section B is on the sides and the back rows of the theater.