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Saturday, April 7 from 11:00-3:00pmShakespeare Family Day at the Huntington LibraryJoin us for a day of music, drama, comedy, and romance in celebration of William Shakespeare's birthday month. LA Opera artists will perform at 11:30am on the Loggia of the Huntington Art Museum. Huntington admission rates apply. MORE INFO
LA Opera artists and Voices for Tolerance students from John Muir Middle School perform a concert-version of The White Bird of Poston, by Eli Villanueva and Leslie Stevens.
Appropriately timed for the 75th Anniversary of the signing of Executive Order 9066 by President Franklin D. Roosevelt, The White Bird of Poston is set during World War II in the Japanese internment camp at Poston which was located on the Colorado River Indian Reservation in Arizona. The opera tells the story of a Japanese-American teenage girl who takes a stand against prejudice and unfair treatment of the internees. Running from the camp to escape a stern sergeant, she meets and forms a bond with a Mojave boy. Through their friendship, they help each other rediscover their cultural traditions and find the courage and confidence to move forward as leaders in an uncertain world. The opera explores issues of cultural difference, prejudice, stereotypes, and personal responsibility.
The performance will take place in the Wells Fargo Theatre. Free with Autry Admission. Limited space available.
Sunday, April 8 from 10:00am-3:00pmKUSC Discovery Day at The Natural History MuseumJoin us for a day of music and exploration, sponsored by KUSC. LA Opera artists will perform family-friendly recitals at 11:00am and 12:00pm. MORE INFO
This event is FREE OF CHARGE and ONLY for currently enrolled graduate and undergraduate students (you must present your student ID at check-in).
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