The Central Park Five
June 15, 22, & 23 • 2019
Warner Grand Theater
In 1980’s New York, five African American and Latino teenagers were in the wrong place at the wrong time. Unjustly convicted of a Central Park rape, they were exonerated through DNA 13 years later. Davis’ opera is a passionate story about an issue that still rocks America.Learn More Buy Tickets
Next Conversation May 25th, at 3:00PM
All conversations are free.
Long Beach Opera believes that discussions inspired by art should extend beyond the lobby of the theater. For this reason, LBO is using its 40th anniversary season theme, Justice, as a catalyst to present its brand new event series The Community Conversations Initiative. This initiative features five "Conversations" and three youth programs, and will create community-wide discussions about race, equity, and the justice system throughout Long Beach.Learn More RSVP Now
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4 OPERAS - 2 NEW LOCATIONS - 1 US PREMIERE
You are the first to get the best seats for an action packed 2020 season that is 150% LBO. Fly with KING ARTHUR into space to fight alien invaders, venture into the new experience space at the Aquarium of the Pacific to investigate the mysterious disappearance of THE LIGHTHOUSE keepers, meet BILLY THE KID in his U.S opera premiere between the gravestones at the historic Sunny Side Cemetery and revisit with FRIDA at the Museum of Latin American Art. Find out more and subscribe today.Learn More Subscribe Now
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College students can purchase a Student Rush Ticket* for only $15 at the door.
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This activity is supported in part by the California Arts Council, a state agency. Learn more at www.arts.ca.gov
Supported in part by a grant from the Arts Council for Long Beach and the City of Long Beach.
Long Beach Opera events are supported, in part, by the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors through the Los Angeles County Arts Commission