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Opera Las Vegas' poster for the Barber Of Seville. A detailed cartoon illustration of an old-timey barber brandishing a pair of silver scissors as he smiles broadly in dramatic lighting.

The Barber of Seville

Music by Gioachino Rossini with libretto by Cesare Sterbini
Tickets Available Soon

Location

Nicholas J. Horn Theatre, College of Southern Nevada

Nicholas J. Horn Theatre, College of Southern Nevada

3200 E Cheyenne Ave ∙ North Las Vegas ∙ 89030

Run Time

Approx. 2hrs 45 mins with intermission

Intermission

One 20-minute intermission

Language

Sung in Italian with English supertitles.

Premiered

Rome, 20 February 1816

Dress Code

Smart-Casual, Come As You Are

Set in 19th century Spain, this delightful comedy follows the charming Count Almaviva, who teams up with the clever and resourceful barber Figaro to win the heart of the lovely Rosina. Unfortunately, Rosina is kept under lock and key by her grumpy guardian, Dr. Bartolo, who plans to marry her himself. With Figaro's brilliant schemes, Almaviva adopts various disguises—first as a lovestruck student, then a drunken soldier, and finally a music teacher—to get close to Rosina. Amidst a flurry of mistaken identities, witty banter, and lively music, Figaro and Almaviva's antics lead to a joyous conclusion where true love triumphs and Rosina is finally free from Bartolo's clutches.

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