Trials by fire and water, a handsome prince and a Queen of the Night, and enchanted instruments: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s The Magic Flute is exotic, comic, and beautiful to the ears—a fairy tale with high-flying tessitura.
There’s strength in numbers.
There’s a reason this show sold out its entire one-week run here last year.
If you’ve been glued to the tube watching the Rio Olympics, why not peel yourself off the couch and get a fix of real Brazilian culture, all in the great outdoors, for free?
A crew of comedians prove, once again, that sometimes all you can do is laugh to keep from crying.
Chamber Music Festival, Tremors Festival, and Tim Nutt
Ballet BC will be presenting ethereal, site-specific dance in the lush setting of the Queen E plaza.
The master improvisers delve into a culture where apps play matchmaker.
The ensemble is based in the flamenco hothouse of Spain, but its core members’ connections to our city go deep.
Fresh young actors, Shakespearean comedy in a pleasant outdoor setting, and, oh yeah, a ticket that’s free.