Palm Beach Opera Presents “Tales of Hoffmann”

From March 21 – 23, Palm Beach Opera will be performing “Tales of Hoffmann” at the Kravis Center for the Performing Arts.

1 Man, 3 Tales – It’s amazing how everyone who experiences The Tales of Hoffmann – Offenbach’s epic romantic comedy drama adventure – finds themselves rooting for Hoffmann. He’s a poet, traveler and underdog unlucky in love. Divided into three compelling stories, the libretto follows Hoffmann on his quest for the perfect girl, but it never quite works out. Offenbach’s masterpieces features sumptuous music, like the famous “Barcarolle,” and fantastical storytelling that will stir your soul.

This rendition will include a huge cast of international stars, massive sets and striking costumes make this production one of the largest, most dynamic performances in Palm Beach Opera’s history.  Understand every word with English supertitles projected above the stage!

Running Time: 3 hours 15 minutes including two intermissions

Ticket holders can participate in “Curtain Warmers” one hour before curtain for a 25-minute lecture about the opera you are going to see. A member of the Artistic Staff will offer a talk designed to connect you to the evening’s performance in an exhilarating and informative way. Go early and experience insights that only the experts can give!

All are welcome to attend a short question and answer session with members of the cast following the Sunday matinee performance.

Click here for more information and ticketing.

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