Opera on the James Presents:
The Barber of Seville
The final production of Opera on the James’s 2019/2020 season is Gioachino Rossini’s great comic masterpiece The Barber of Seville.
Who doesn’t love a story about a barber with a talent for match-making? The story is simple: a handsome young nobleman is in love with an independent-minded young woman, who is kept under constant surveillance by her elderly (and ill-tempered) guardian. Enter the Barber, who, through various ruses—one of which includes a mountain of shaving cream—saves the day. Nationally and internationally acclaimed vocalists will converge in Lynchburg to present a night of comedy and beautiful belcanto singing. The cast includes soprano Tess Altiveros, baritone Steven Condy, tenor David Marguiles and, as the Barber himself, baritone Brian James Meyers, described by the NY Times as possessing a “buttery baritone voice.” Acclaimed stage director, Dean Anthony and OOTJ principal conductor Peter Leonard round out the team, with OOTJ Tyler Young Artists taking on supporting roles.
Zone 8: $20.00
Zone 7: $31.00
Zone 6: $51.00
Zone 5: $67.00
Zone 4: $87.00
Zone 3: $107.00
Zone 2: $127.00
Zone 1: $247.00
Orchestra Row Q in the very center allows a partial view of the English supertitles, but not as the seating extends to the sides.
Orchestra Rows R & S has no view of the English supertitles.
The view from Lower Balcony Row AA may be compromised by the railing for children and shorter patrons.
To view our seating map for the Historic Academy of Music Theatre, click here.
For more information or to purchase tickets to this performance, contact our Box Office at (434) 846-8499.
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