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Backstage Tour
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Pre-Performance Talk
6:00 PM

Seattle Opera On KING FM
7:30 PM

The Consul
7:30 PM

Post-Performance Q&A
10:30 PM

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Pre-Performance Talk
6:00 PM

The Consul
7:30 PM

Post-Performance Q&A
10:30 PM

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Pre-Performance Talk
6:00 PM

The Consul
7:30 PM

Post-Performance Q&A
10:30 PM

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Seattle Opera On KING FM
8:00 PM

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Seattle Opera On KING FM
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Costume Shop Tour and Luncheon
11:00 AM

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Scenic Elements
2:00 PM

Seattle Opera On KING FM
8:00 PM

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Seattle University Lecture Series
7:00 PM

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Seattle Opera On KING FM
8:00 PM

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7:30 PM
Feb 22 - Mar 7, 2014
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The Consul

Gian-Carlo Menotti

In this Pulitzer Prize-winning American work, a devoted wife and mother clashes with the bureaucracy of a nameless police state while trying to obtain an exit visa for her persecuted family. Menotti’s nailbiting narrative surprises with several magical touches and is buoyed by a melodic score in which love, hope, and redemption all play their part. Don’t miss this gripping Seattle Opera premiere.


7:30 PM
Feb 22 - Mar 7, 2014
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The Consul

Gian-Carlo Menotti

In this Pulitzer Prize-winning American work, a devoted wife and mother clashes with the bureaucracy of a nameless police state while trying to obtain an exit visa for her persecuted family. Menotti’s nailbiting narrative surprises with several magical touches and is buoyed by a melodic score in which love, hope, and redemption all play their part. Don’t miss this gripping Seattle Opera premiere.


7:30 PM
Feb 22 - Mar 7, 2014
Explore
close

The Consul

Gian-Carlo Menotti

In this Pulitzer Prize-winning American work, a devoted wife and mother clashes with the bureaucracy of a nameless police state while trying to obtain an exit visa for her persecuted family. Menotti’s nailbiting narrative surprises with several magical touches and is buoyed by a melodic score in which love, hope, and redemption all play their part. Don’t miss this gripping Seattle Opera premiere.

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La Bohème: Marcus DeLoach (Schaunard), Ashraf Sewailam (Colline),
Gun-Brit Barkmin (Mimì), Scott Piper (Rodolfo),
and Michael Todd Simpson (Marcello)
© Rozarii Lynch