The Toledo Opera Presents the Story of Love, Disguise, and Trickery

The Toledo Opera presents the story of love, disguise, and trickery for the first time in five years. A comedic work, The Barber of Seville (Il barbiere di Siviglia) by Gioachino Rossini, is a two-act opera buffa (a comedic opera, typically in Italian) with an Italian libretto (opera text) by Cesare Sterbini, first written in 1775.

7:30pm on Friday | October 7 and 2pm on Sunday | October 8 $40-$70 | The Valentine Theatre | 410 Adams St. 419-255-SING | Toledoopera.org

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