It is always better to be yourself! Bastien learns this the hard way after missing a date with his girlfriend, Bastienne to enjoy the bright lights and delicacies of the city. The great magician, Colas, comes to the rescue, offering wise guidance as the couple navigate forgiveness in a most hilarious way.
Carmen, the infamous woman at the center of this tale, warns the men she attracts immediately: she will not be tamed. When she sets her sights on a trusting soldier, Don José, nobody is prepared for the events that follow. Falling instantly in love with Carmen, Don José willingly follows her into a life of thieving, ignoring the attentions of Micaëla, his hometown sweetheart. As a dashing toreador, Escamillo, enters the equation, Carmen finds her attractions shifting to the handsome bullfighter, pushing Don José to the brink of desperation.
Clever army captain, Silvio, is determined to win the hand of Laurette, the woman he loves. It just so happens she is also the Mayor’s daughter. Determined that they will never be apart, Silvio wears one disguise after another to get closer to her. True love wins with a little help from a “poisoned” omelet, Laurette, and the mysterious Dr. Miracle.
Jack trades the family cow for what he hopes are magic beans and goes on a journey where he meets a mean giant, his lovely wife, and a golden hen. Based on the classic fairy tale, this larger-than-life opera teaches students of all ages that bullying is wrong, crime never pays, and being kind is always right.
Manuelita runs her hotel, hoping to become a very successful business owner despite competition and continuous proposals from her rival, Vertigo. She refuses Vertigo, determined to await the return of her fiancé, Pepito. Things get a lot more interesting—and downright hilarious—with the arrival of childhood friend, Miguel, and a letter from Pepito himself.
Lucy, Ernesto, and Dandini run into trouble on their way home when Osmin refuses to let them cross the bridge without a fight. The frightened billy goats learn that bullying is never acceptable and making new friends takes true courage.
Barcarolle (the dog), Dorabella (the cat), Eddie (the rooster), and General Boom (the donkey) all cross paths on their way to the town of Bremen – each determined to carry out their own plans. Working together as a team, they overcome difficult circumstances, and the newly-formed Bremen Town Musicians celebrate the idea that friendship, cooperation, and respect for others is far better than facing our problems alone.
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