Much like human history, opera is epic in scale, full of murders and romantic intrigue, and frequently interrupted by deformed men in half-masks and capes. Get in on the grandeur with today's Groupon: for $32, you get one section D ticket to see the Syracuse Opera's production of Don Giovanni on Friday, February 11 at 8 p.m. at the John H. Mulroy Civic Center (a $64 value). The Syracuse Opera's two-act rendition of Don Giovanni, Mozart's classic portrayal of the legendary libertine Don Juan, captures the heartbreak and figure-flattering doublets of the 14th-century lothario. Follow the melodramatic action with English subtitles, as performers harmonize, trill, and beat-box Don Giovanni's seductive meanderings and dangerous missteps. Groupon holders can pick up tickets in advance at the box office or at will call.
- Syracuse Opera Company’s production of “The Mikado,” directed by Richard McKee, revels in all the vaudevillian capers, hidden identities, and double entendres of the script, while skillfully revealing the humanity that is integral to its effectiveness. – James O. Welsch, The Post Standard
- Syracuse Opera produces all its season's shows, which means that rehearsals are all in Syracuse and casting is done by the opera company rather than utilizing a touring group. – Gabrielle Hovendon, Watertown Daily Times
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