Experience the glamour and romance of Verdi's essential opera about a beautiful courtesan who dedicates her remaining days to decadent parties in the face of certain death.
Final Performance this Saturday, June 22 at 7:30pm
High-flying Violetta lives like every day is her last. In the glitz and glamour of the Art Deco era, she fills her nights with crazy parties and her days with rich admirers who reward her with anything she wants. Enter a nice man declaring his true love for her. Get in line, she thinks—but then, bam! She falls for this one, hard and fast. He's great and completely cool with her past. (If only everyone else were too.) In a twist of fate, Violetta must face a heart-breaking sacrifice, one that will surely doom her last chance at happiness.
"The audience loved it. The singing shimmers... The sets are luxurious appointed and lighted, and the fashions are flashy and often gorgeous."
- Adela Zaharia
- Alfredo (June 1-13)
- Rame Lahaj
- Alfredo (June 16-22)
- Charles Castronovo
- Germont (June 1-13)
- Vitaliy Bilyy
- Germont (June 16-22)
- Igor Golovatenko
- Alok Kumar
- Baron Douphol
- Wayne Tigges
- Marchese d'Obigny
- Juan Carlos Heredia
- Doctor Grenvil
- Christopher Job
- Erica Petrocelli
- Peabody Southwell
- Solo Dancer
- Louis A. Williams, Jr.
Read the synopsis
Approximate running time: two hours, 55 minutes, including two intermissions.
Click here to read Music Director James Conlon's note on La Traviata.
An original LA Opera production.
Production made possible with generous support from
The Alfred and Claude Mann Fund, in honor of Plácido Domingo
Tarasenka Pankiv Fund (Tara Colburn)
The Jane and Peter Hemmings Production Fund, a gift from the Flora L. Thornton Trust