San Francisco Opera's "The Barber of Seville" opens next week at War Memorial Opera House is "elegant, effervescent and deliciously funny," according to San Jose Mercury News. Tickets are 50% off to select performances of Rossini's comic masterpiece that proves love conquers all.
All tickets are 50% off, for Tuesday-Thursday performances -- $16.50-$156 (reg. $33-$312) -- and Friday-Saturday performances -- $33.50-$178.50 (reg. $67-$357) -- for the following dates:
Note: The $16.50 lead rate is available on all weeknight performances except for Wednesday, Nov. 13. That is an Opera Vision performance with seats starting at $40.50.
In the laugh-out-loud comedy, Figaro, the barber, must ensure that Count Almaviva can marry lovely Rosina before her old guardian drags her to the altar himself.
Travelzoo Tip: Enjoy dinner before the show at Palio, voted Best Italian by Bay Area A-List readers, with this dinner for two deal for $59.