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Dorothy Chandler Pavilion
135 N. Grand Avenue Los Angeles, CA 90012
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13 reviews
11 stars
Pinot Grill from Patina is right across from Dorothy Chandler Pavillion, but it gets BUSY, so give yourself at least 2 hours before the show.
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4 stars
The weather was warm. I wore A suit - many people dressed up, but many were more casual..
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"La Boheme"
153 ratings
4.4 average rating
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108 events
36 reviews
7 stars
32 events
23 reviews
20 stars
attended Dec 19 2004

If you like Opera, then you'll probably like this. It was not the most inspired show I have ever seen, but it was solid.

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Carolyn Jaques
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10 reviews
394 stars
attended Dec 08 2004

I took my daughter and her girlfriend to their first theatre performance. They absolutely loved it! The seats were great and the show was lovely. Thanks!

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A candle flickers out on Christmas Eve, tentative hands meet in the dark and a rapturous duet soars under the moonlight. It’s time to fall in love once again with La Boheme.

Follow the tale of six young Parisians who live an exuberant bohemian existence, surviving on love and laughter. Los Angeles Opera’s sumptuous Herbert Ross production, resplendent in cinematic romance, returns just in time for the holidays with a dynamic young cast that includes Ana Maria Martinez (11/20, 24, 28, 12/2, 5, 8, 11, 19) and Angela Gheorghiu (12/10, 14, 17) sharing the role of Mimi and Marco Berti (11/20, 24, 28, 12/2, 5, 8, 11, 19) and Roberto Alagna (12/10, 14, 17) sharing the role of Rodolfo.

One of opera’s all-time crowd-pleasers, La Boheme is a masterpiece of riveting theater and achingly beautiful music.


In Italian with English Supertitles


2 hours 45 minutes


One hour prior to each performance, led by Alan Chapman.