University Opera Theatre Presents Britten's The Rape Of Lucretia

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University Opera Theatre Presents Britten's The Rape Of Lucretia
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University Opera Theatre at the University of Minnesota says
University Opera Theatre presents Benjamin Britten's "The Rape of Lucretia." "The Rape of Lucretia" is composed to a libretto by Ronald Duncan was based on the play Le Viol de Lucrece by French author Andre Obey which was first performed in Paris in 1931. The play in turn was inspired by Shakespeare’s full-length poem Lucrece which itself drew on Roman legends from sixth century BC. Directed by David Walsh, conducted by Mark Russell Smith and Brian Dowdy. Tickets: $20 adults; $5 U of M students & children; two for one tickets for U of M faculty, alumni, staff, and retirees. 612-624-2345 or tickets.umn.edu.
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