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San Diego Opera

Romeo et Juliette

Charles Gounod

March 26, 29, April 1, 3, 2022

March 26, 29, April 1, 3, 2022

Civic Theatre
Masks are required for all guests
Proof of vaccination or negative Covid-19 test result required
Tickets start at $45 (includes a $3.50 Facility Restoration Fee)
Run Time
2 hours, 55 minutes (including 20 minute intermission)
Children older than 6 years of age are welcome. All ages must have own ticket.

Per the California Department of Public Health (CDPH),  guests who attend this event will be required to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 (at least two weeks after final dose) OR a negative test is required. Tests must be taken:

  • 48 hours before an event for a PCR test
  • 24 hours before an event for a rapid antigen test

All guests are required to wear a mask while inside the theatre, regardless of vaccination status.

For your convenience, Lux Concierge is offering rapid testing onsite at Civic Theatre for $40 per test.  Testing is available 1 hour before the event. Please plan to arrive early to the venue to accommodate the testing.

Click here for details on acceptable proof of vaccination and negative Covid-19 test results.

Darlene Marcos Shiley
Lead Production Sponsor, Roméo et Juliette

The grand and sweeping retelling of one of the most tragic love stories of all time

He's a Montague. She's a Capulet. Despite years of bloody conflict between their warring families, Roméo and Juliette fall instantly in love. Their passionate love fans the flames of hatred between the two families and drives these young lovers to their heartbreaking deaths. Experience the heady rush of rebellious first love in Gonoud’s sumptuous adaptation of Shakespeare’s timeless tragedy

A cast of young stars brings the operatic adaptation of Shakespeare’s beloved play to life including tenor Pene Pati as Romeo and soprano Kristina Mkhitaryan as Juliet, both in exciting Company debuts. Joining them is baritone Yunpeng Wang as Mercutio and mezzo soprano Sarah Coit as Stephano also in house debuts. San Diego Opera principal guest conductor Yves Abel brings his mastery of the French repertoire to lead the musicians for these performances and stage director Matthew Ozawa brings his unique visionary style to the stage.

Sung in French with English translations above the stage