By Travelzoo Staff
San Diego Opera opens the 2013 season with Donizetti's "The Daughter of the Regiment," and tickets are now 40% off with this Local Deal. The comedic opera is best known for its challenging high notes. According to SFGate, "nothing in this production is pitched at less than maximum volume."
Why we love it
- San Diego Opera opens the 2013 season with "The Daughter of the Regiment"
- Save 40% on tickets, $51-$150 (reg. $200-$250)
- All performances are discounted, Jan. 26 - Feb. 3
- Known for its challenging vocals, "nothing in this production is pitched at less than maximum volume," according to SFGate
Jan. 17, 2013 - Feb. 8, 2013
'The Daughter of the Regiment'
1100 Third Ave.
San Diego, CA 92101
- All performances, Jan. 26 - Feb. 3, are discounted in the following sections at San Diego Civic Theatre:
- Premiere Balcony … $51 (reg. $85)
- Dress Circle/Mezzanine … $72 (reg. $120)
- Preferred Orchestra … $120-$150 (reg. $200-$250)
- An orphaned French girl, Marie, is adopted by a regiment of soldiers at the end of World War II. The regiment comes to Marie's aid when her marriage is arranged to a rich duke instead of her true love, Tonio.
- Booking Instructions
- To purchase tickets, Click "Buy Now." Click "Buy Tickets" in the right-hand corner (discount already applied). Choose a performance, quantity of seats and seating section, and click "Add to Cart." Log in or create an account to finish purchase.
The fine print
See Booking Instructions for step-by-step details. No additional fees apply.