1712 S. Glendale Ave., Glendale, CA
This September, Pacific Opera Project continues its successful run of presenting engaging productions in unique venues across Los Angeles with Giuseppe Verdi’s Falstaff, presented outdoors at the top of Forest Lawn Memorial Park in Glendale. With seating at tables including food and wine, a top-notch cast and orchestra all under a starry sky, POP will present this thoroughly good-natured masterpiece in a celebratory atmosphere, proving once again that opera is an art for the masses.
Falstaff will bring audiences into the wine-soaked world of Shakespeare's Fat Knight, with the added advantage of an intimate venue. The Museum Esplanade at Forest Lawn Memorial Park in Glendale will serve as Sir John's Garter Inn, the Ford family residence, and in the final scene a real, majestic oak tree will play the part of Herne's Oak at midnight. The opera is presented in the original Italian with projected English supertitles, and features Jonathan Dove's reduced orchestration of Verdi's score, by arrangement with Birmingham Opera Company in England. Tables for two or four are available, in addition to general seating for the approximately 2.5 hour performance.
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