One of opera’s classics, La Bohème has probably been in continuous production around the world since its debut in 1896. That’s probably because the tale of young people partying and pontificating in Paris has broad appeal for all kinds of folks, from the recent college graduate without health insurance who can relate all too well to Mimi’s consumption or the stereotypical silver-haired opera fan who comes for the costumes and culture. Opera Colorado’s production opens on Saturday, November 4, at 7:30 p.m. at the Ellie Caulkins Opera House in the Denver Performing Arts Complex, and continues through November 14. Even a starving artist can afford tickets, which start at $15 at operacolorado.org. (Note: The $20 tickets for opening night are sold out.)
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