Our 2021-2022 season is a dichotomy of the innovative and the classic, with Mason Bates’ and Mark Campbell’s The (R)evolution of Steve Jobs and Puccini’s epic tragedy, Tosca. Packages start at $64.
Wednesday Evening Subscribers
Unfortunately, we have discontinued Wednesday evening subscriptions for the 2021-22 season. You can renew into Friday, Saturday, or Sunday. We will make every effort possible to secure your previous seats as close as possible to your original Wednesday evening seats. You can check out your subscription options with the button below.
Great visionaries only reveal themselves in hindsight.
In a production as daring and innovative as the man who inspired it, this opera is an immersive exploration of the life of Steve Jobs on his journey from hippie idealist to tech icon. Every piece of Jobs’s life reveals more of the puzzle, as we try to discern how a person whose devices have connected us in so many ways could struggle to make meaningful connections with the people closest to him. Beneath the towering Silicon Valley legend, and between the lines of ones and zeroes, is the story of a complicated human being whose public revelations changed the world, and whose personal demons had lasting consequences.
Something to live for. Something to die for.
All is fair in love and war. But for Rome’s celebrated singer, Tosca, all is not well. Fueled by jealousy, the Chief of Police pursues her artist lover for alleged treasonous acts, pausing only to pursue Tosca with a decidedly different set of acts in mind. From the start, Puccini’s penchant for verismo is as present as ever, and to further tighten the tension, each act plays out in real time – packing twists and terrors by the truckload into one 24-hour period. Also present is Puccini’s unrivaled ear for melodies that swirl like smoke trails, forming soft stacks of billowing clouds. But we know that eventually, all that heavy, haunting beauty will begin to block out the sun. Facing ruthless tyranny and torture, Tosca’s revenge is bathed in verismo violence and sealed with a kiss. But her willingness to trust a dead man spawns a startling, tragic twist. She lived for art and love. But Puccini saves what she’d die for until the bitter, shocking end.
We are also pleased to offer two add-on experiences to our two-show mainstage season.
We return to the Kauffman Center for the Performing arts for an evening of glamour with Lyric Opera Goes to Hollywood. Featuring the operatic musical moments from your favorite Hollywood blockbusters, this concert features the house debuts of Talise Trevigne, Ginger Costa-Jackson, and Limmie Pulliam.
November 13-14, 2021.
Streaming is so 2020. We are thrilled to offer live performances of our one-of-a-kind production of Menotti’s holiday classic, Amahl and the Night Visitors. Featuring life-sized puppets designed by Paul Mesner, this is a holiday tradition the whole family will enjoy.
December 2-12, 2021.
Subscribers who chose to keep money from the 20-21 season on their account will be able to apply their funds to subscription renewals, as well as any additional single tickets to performances throughout the season. You will have the option to apply these funds on the payment page during checkout.
Your safety is always our priority. There is still some uncertainty about the level of social distancing required throughout the season. Late summer, we will evaluate the current federal, state, and local guidelines to determine subscription seat placement. We will make every effort to seat you in your seats or as close as possible. Subscription tickets will be mailed in mid-September.
Due to higher than anticipated call volumes, we recommend you renew or purchase your subscription online. All subscription renewal business, including using on account funds, adding single tickets, and adding parking, can now be handled on our website. You will need your login information. If you have forgotten your password, you can reset your password on our website.
Questions? Contact Ticketing & Patron Services today.