|Build your own mini-subscription for our 2013-14 Season. Click to select your seat location and number of seats below. Select THREE of our four mainstage productions by entering the production titles in the text box at the bottom of this page.
H.M.S. Pinafore | 10.20.13 | 2 p.m. | More Info »
The Flying Dutchman | 11.24.13 | 1 p.m. | More Info »
La Bohème | 2.2.14 | 2 p.m. | More Info »
La Traviata | 3.9.14 | 2 p.m. | More Info »
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Stroll the romantic streets of Paris and experience the greatest love story ever sung. Tucked away in the Latin Quarter of the 18th arrondissement, a poet and a seamstress find an intimate connection on Christmas Eve. Conductor Joel Revzen and director Candace Evans return to Arizona Opera to give life to Puccini’s timeless story of spirited passion and heartbreaking loss.
The Flying Dutchman
Will true love triumph over the curse that holds one man’s soul hostage through eternity? Glide along with Richard Wagner’s ghostly opus of greed, guts, and glory as Der fliegende Holländer makes a date with destiny at Arizona Opera. Conductor Joseph Rescigno and Director Bernard Uzan lead an all-star cast through the murky waters of romance and redemption.
Opera’s original pretty woman throws a gala party at her Paris apartment and meets the young man who will forever change her destiny. Soar through memorable melodies, raise a glass and toast young love, devastating family obligations, and a rapturous devotion for the ages. Frequent guests Steven White and John Hoomes return to conduct and direct the southwestern premiere of this mesmerizing new production of La Traviata.
Set sail on the high seas with Gilbert and Sullivan’s celebrated maritime blockbuster. Beloved for its jaunty tunes, gleefully entertaining story and sassy satire, revel in the first-ever performances of HMS Pinafore presented by Arizona Opera! GRAMMY-nominated conductor Rob Fisher and acclaimed stage director Tara Faircloth make their Arizona Opera debuts in this effervescent production.