‘Carmen’ at the Colonial
Belfast — Colonial Theatre's More Than Movies series continues with Bizet’s “Carmen,” captured live in HD in 2012 at the Paris Opera. It runs about three hours and 20 minutes and will be screened Sunday, March 30, at 1:30 p.m.
Gypsy seductress Carmen, with a bevy of smugglers, rogues and officials, present a tale lust, betrayal and murder in Seville. This opera features some of the most famous music in operatic history including the “Toreador” aria. Anna Caterina Antonacci brings the title role to life with splendid fire and intensity.
Admission is $10.25, $8.25 for teens and $5.25 for children. The Colonial Theatre is located at 163 High St. Wine and beer are served, along with an expanded concession menu. For more information, call 338-5087.
Next up in the series is Engelbert Humperdinck’s “Hansel & Gretel,” sung in German and captured live at Paris Opera, Sunday, April 6, at 1:30 p.m.
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