Italian farcical opera about a mediocre opera company and its disaster-prone production
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$18 for general admission for one (up to $27 value)
$47 for general admission table for two (up to $67 value)
$85 for general admission table for four (up to $122 value)
Viva la mamma!
The Plot: A self-serving prima donna, a tenor unable to do his job, and a meddling mother who insists her daughter, the seconda donna, be given a solo—this is Viva la mamma!, a farce about a disaster-prone opera troupe by Italian composer Gaetano Donizetti.
The Company: a group of opera performers determined to introduce the art form to a new audience by making it accessible and entertaining