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On Nov. 2, Verdi’s Nabucco returns to the stage of the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, with Plácido Domingo in the title role. The vibrant production by director Thaddeus Strassberger pays homage to the opera’s premiere at Milan’s Teatro alla Scala in 1842, featuring costumes elegantly designed by Mattie Ullrich.
It’s time to dig out those flapper costumes and dapper suits! To celebrate our 1920s set production of Mozart’s The Abduction from the Seraglio, we’re inviting you to come to the February 16 performance dressed in your Roaring Twenties best.
Wear A 1920s Costume, Get Free Champagne – Here’s How It Works
- Arrive at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion in your costume at least 20 minutes prior to the start of the show
- Get your picture taken on our red carpet by our Social Media Team
- Allow us to post on LA Opera social media and/or post on your Social Media accounts and tag us
- Receive a champagne voucher redeemable at any of the bars inside the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion.
- Only one free champagne voucher per person in costume.
- Must be 21 and over to receive a voucher. While supplies last. Valid only on Thur. Feb 16, 2017.
When you think opera, you don’t usually think swashbuckling, brawls or adventure. But then there’s Moby-Dick and it’s filled with all that and more.
If you’re keeping track, you know that Moby-Dick opens on October 31. Of course, we couldn’t ask you to come to the opera on Halloween without inviting you to come in costume.
So this is your formal invitation to join us on opening night – all Hallows’ Eve.
If you dress like a sailor or pirate or a whale we’ll upgrade you to a better seat if they’re available.
The better the costume, the better the seat.
What can you expect in the opera version of Moby-Dick? Jake Heggie, the acclaimed composer, has distilled the huge story so that the audiences of all ages get to know the famous Captain Ahab, his crew and his obsession with the mythical whale. With deck-top action, ocean intrigue, uncanny staging and the presence of the beastly Moby-Dick, this show leaves you wide-eyed and rethinking your definition of opera.
So dig in your closet, hit the Halloween store and pull together your opening night Moby-Dick outfit.