If the thought of opera with traditional sets and costumes makes you yawn, check out this production of The Magic Flute, the first US performance directed by Barrie Kosky with Brit comic theatre group “1927”, for a cross-over of film animation and live performers. A surreal whirl of silent film exaggerated humor, cabaret antics, and fairy tale—perhaps the only thing this production retains from the original is the music. For a preview, click here.
The Magic Flute
|Venue name:||Dorothy Chandler Pavilion||Contact:|
135 N Grand Avenue
|Opening hours:||Walk up box office hours: Mon-Sat 10am-6pm|
|Price:||Tickets $10-$250. Parking $9-$23.|