Opening the meat of Palm Beach Opera‘s season, La Bohème will take the stage at the Kravis Center, January 16-18.
Arguably one of the most beloved operas, La Bohème tells the story of starving poet Rodolfo and his doomed love Mimi in the Latin Quarter of Paris in the 1840s. The tale of passionate yet hopeless love has become part of the standard Italian repertory, and one of the world’s most recognized operas.
La Bohème will take the stage, January 16-18, at the Kravis Center.
Tickets cost $25-$195.
Composed by Giacomo Puccini and libretto by Giuseppe Giacosa and Luigi Illica, the opera is based on Henri Murger’s novel Scénes de la vie de bohème. The fast-paced opera, with its relatively small cast, gives this classic work oversized and universal appeal, with each role and each movement given a flair for the dramatic.
- Showtimes: January 16 and 17, 7:30 p.m.; January 18, 2 p.m.
- Tickets range from $25-$195.
- For more information, visit pbopera.org.
- Mimì: Keri Alkema (January 16 and 8) | Eleni Calenos (January 17)
- Rodolfo: Dimitri Pittas (January 16 and 18) | Anthony Kalil ( January 17)
- Musetta: Ellie Dehn
- Marcello: Luis Ledesma
- Schaunard: Tobias Greenhalgh
- Colline: Evan Boyer
- Benoit/Alcindoro: Thomas Hammons
- Parpignol: Nicholas Nestorak
Palm Beach Opera Orchestra
Palm Beach Opera Chorus
Young Singers of the Palm Beaches
Conducted by Daniele Callegari