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On Stage: Bastien and Bastienne


Where:  Winspear Opera House
2403 Flora St.
Dallas, TX 75201
When:  Apr 22
12:30pm crafts and activities in the lobby; 2pm show.
Price:  $5. Bring an item to donate to SPCA of Texas or North Texas Food Bank to receive a free ticket. Look online for list of suggested in-kind donations.
Phone:  214/443-1000
Web:  dallasopera.org/family
Map:  Click for map
One of Mozart’s earliest works, written at age twelve, Bastien and Bastienne is a one-act comic opera that tells the tale of a pretty young shepherdess, Bastienne, and her boyfriend, Bastien.

Bastienne believes her beau has fallen in love with a wealthy girl from the big city. The heart-broken girl encounters Colas, the town “magician,” who has a few ideas of his own on how to reunite the young couple.

Performances at 2pm Saturday, November 19, 2016 and Saturday, April 22, 2017.

Sung in English with English supertitles. Come early to enjoy pre-performance crafts in the lobby.

The Dallas Opera has partnered with the SPCA of Texas and North Texas Food Bank. On a family performance day, bring an item to donate to one of these organizations to receive a complimentary ticket to that day’s performance.

NTFB: donate 2 items from this list to receive your free ticket.

-Canned vegetables or fruit

-Canned or dried beans

-Peanut or almond butter

-Whole Grain Crackers or Granola Bars

OR

SPCA, donate 1 item from this list to receive your free ticket.

-Cat or dog food /treats

-Cat or dog toy

-Blanket or comforter for shelter animals

-Training leash or easy walk harness
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