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The most famous femme fatale in all of Opera is set to engulf the Morrison Center in a tale of blazing passion as Opera Idaho presents Georges Bizet's unforgettable Camen in all its glory. Featuring world-famous arias including the Toreador Song and the alluring Habanera, this classic production will have you hot under the collar this winter!
What is the story of Carmen?
The opera follows Carmen, a fiery, provocative Romani woman at odds with the conventions of Spain in the early 18th century. Able to seduce men with her dulcet tones and feminine wiles, Carmen ensnares the heart of Don Jose, who drops everything, including his betrothed Micaela, to be with her. When Carmen tires of her latest conquest, she leaves him for the handsome bullfighter Escamillo, setting off harrowing and ultimately fatal events fuelled by jealousy, obsession, and murderous rage.
Opening night: 28 January 2022
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