Orpheus in the Underworld, the first of Offenbach's outrageously funny parodies of Greek mythology, is an unashamed comic version of the classic legend of Orpheus's
pursuit of his wife Eurydice, who is carried off to Hades by Pluto - much to the annoyance of Jupiter. It involves nymphs, shepherds, gods and goddesses, with the fun reaching its climax in the riotous and well-known "Can-Can". This promises to be a
lively and highly enjoyable show for both performers and audience, with many world-famous tunes.
Main Floor (Purple): $25.00
Main Floor (Blue): $20.00
Main Floor (Red): $15.00
Balcony (Purple): $25.00