This fall, Portland Opera will present a new 50-minute adaptation of Rossini's La Cenerentola for the 2023 Portland Opera to Go tour. This lively staging tells the story of Angelina (Cinderella) who longs for friendship and love and finds it in the most unexpected of places—a prince who is disguised as a servant. Her bumbling stepfather and her two self-centered stepsisters create havoc along the way, but love rules triumphant in this tale of kindness, friendship, and compassion. Full of whimsy, comedy, and delight, Cinderella is the perfect first opera for kids and adults alike.
This adaptation of Cinderella is ideal for elementary school students, with modular scenery and age-appropriate staging. In addition to the performance, Portland Opera offers an arts integrated curriculum and classroom visits. Learn more about booking a performance at your school or community center here.
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Cinderella is sung in English with live English captions and will be presented in full costume, with a portable set designed to tour schools and community venues.
Tickets will be sold as Pay what you Wish, with a minimum price of $5.00 and a suggested price of $35.
Dates, programming, artists, and details are subject to change.
American Sign Language: For patrons who are deaf of hard of hearing, both performances will include ASL interpretation.
Audio Description: For patrons who are blind or have low-vision, both performances will include a live audio description of the action and dialogue onstage.
Learn more about accessibility at the Hampton Opera Center here. If you require wheelchair accessible and/or companion seating, or have any other hearing or vision needs, please call us to purchase tickets so that we can ensure your visit to the theatre is an excellent one.
Our commitment to cultural equity continues to inform our audience policies and experiences. When we gather, it must be with respect and with care for the entire community.
Let us be clear: there is no place for bigotry, discrimination, hate, harassment, or intolerance at Portland Opera.
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Portland Opera to Go is generously supported by The Standard, Hampton Family Foundation, Marie Lamfrom Charitable Trust, PGE Foundation, John & Carol Steele, and the BNSF Foundation with additional support from the James F. and Marion L. Miller Foundation, Regional Arts & Culture Council, and the Arts Education & Access Fund.
Portland Opera appreciates the ongoing support of our generous donors, The Collins Foundation, James F. and Marion L. Miller Foundation, Oregon Arts Commission, Oregon Community Foundation, Regional Arts and Culture Council, including support from the City of Portland, Multnomah County, and the Arts Education & Access Fund, special support from The CARES Act Coronavirus Relief Fund, and The Shuttered Venue Operators Grant (SVOG) program.