Final Dress Rehearsal Passes for Students
BLO invites high school and college students to attend the final dress rehearsals of its productions. Often this is students’ first experience with opera. Student study materials are provided. In exchange for passes, BLO requests student responses about the production. Stand-out responses may be featured in BLO media.
Due to high demand, the Request Period for Dress Rehearsal Passes for Tosca has closed early. We already have a substantial waiting list. If you have already placed your request, you will be receiving confirmation in the coming week. If you are a student interested attending Tosca, we have excellent Student Discount opportunities to all of our performances.
TOSCA OCT 11 7:00pm | Emerson Cutler Majestic Theatre
Music by Giacomo Puccini | Libretto by Luigi Illica and Giuseppe Giacosa
“I think I have a new-found love for opera.” –Student Participant
SAVE THE DATES OF FINAL DRESS REHEARSALS FOR STUDENTS THIS SEASON
THE NEFARIOUS, IMMORAL BUT HIGHLY PROFITABLE ENTERPRISE OF MR. BURKE & MR. HARE A World Premiere!
Music by Julian Grant | Libretto by Mark Campbell
NOV 6 7:00pm | The Cyclorama at the Boston Center for the Arts
THE THREEPENNY OPERA
Music by Kurt Weill | Libretto by Bertolt Brecht
MARCH 14 7:00pm | Huntington Avenue Theatre
TROUBLE IN TAHITI AND ARIAS & BARCAROLLES
Music & Libretto by Leonard Bernstein
MAY 9 8:00pm | Location to be Announced
Requests for passes open approximately six weeks before the Final Dress Rehearsal. Please check back for more information. If you are a high school teacher or college professor not on currently our mailing list and would like to receive notifications of Final Dress Rehearsals, please contact email@example.com with your name, school, and subject/department you teach. If you have any additional questions about The Final Dress Rehearsal program for students please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 617.542.4912 x2400.
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