- $14 for one ticket for seating in the rear orchestra or upper balcony (up to $27.25 value)
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- The Plot: Two New Yorkers head to the Scottish Highlands for a little game hunting. While there, they stumble upon the mysterious village of Brigadoon, which only appears one day every 100 years. Unfortunately for one of the young tourists, he falls in love with a young woman from the village, starting a chain of events that leads to tragedy and miracles.
- The Music: The combination of music by Frederick Loewe and lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner create showstoppers such as “Almost Like Being in Love.”
Valley Light Opera
The founders of Valley Light Opera had one goal when they first lifted their curtain in 1975: to celebrate the comic operas of Gilbert and Sullivan. Why? They were smitten with the pair's witty wordplay and music, and saw how these have influenced modern Broadway musicals. In the years since that first production—H.M.S. Pinafore—the company has produced all 14 works in the G&S canon, from The Mikado to The Pirates of Penzance.