La Bohème Sunday At Cable Car

la boheme Another installment of ‘Opera in Cinema,’ this time it is La Bohème by Puccini from the Gran Teatre del Liceu in Barcelona.

Four young artists live out their everyday lives amid dreams and disappointments, waiting for the event that is to win them renown, but poverty and misfortune deprive the leading characters — Mimì and Rodolfo — of the joy of mutual love. The text and music relate all this with a pleasant melodramatic tenderness with which it is easy to identify.

Starring Ramon Vargas and Fiorenza Cedolins. Running time is 2 hours and 50 minutes including intermissions. This is an encore ‘Opera in Cinema’ screening from the March 13th performance.

All opera screenings $18, noon, Sunday, March 25, Cable Car Cinema, 204 South Main Street, 272.3970

4 thoughts on “La Bohème Sunday At Cable Car”

  1. Daniel Kamil

    All operas are $18. Ballets $15. Regularly scheduled movie matinees are $7.50.

  2. Well, it was a matinee, which are $7.50. Under ‘Evening’ it says that opera is $18. So, I’m not sure what the deal is.

  3. I didn’t go, but FYI, I’m pretty sure that all their opera showings are $18 and not $7.50.

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