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Carmen

Georges Bizet’s masterpiece Carmen will grace the Detroit Opera House in all of its scandalous glory. The story of a magnetically attractive gypsy woman who fatally seduces two men is a tale that never seems to grow old and captures the attention of even those newest to opera. Carmen will be portrayed by both Ginger Costa-Jackson and Sandra Piques Eddy. Love interest Don Jose will be played by Marcelo Puente and Alok Kumar, and Escamillo will be played by Luis Alejandro Orozco. All three Saturday performances begin at 7:30 p.m., and Sunday, 10/23 begins at 2:30 p.m.; 1526 Broadway St., Detroit; michiganopera.org; Tickets range from $29 -$152.

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