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André Previn opera A Streetcar Named Desire - discounted tix for Yale alums

Receive 20% off tickets to see André Previn opera A Streetcar Named Desire with the Merola Opera Program. Performances are Thursday, July 10 at 7:30 pm or Saturday, July 12 at 2:00 pm at the Everett Auditorium (450 Church Street) in San Francisco.


Last seen in San Francisco at its 1998 world premiere at San Francisco Opera, Previn’s jazz-influenced score, combined with a potent libretto by Philip Littell, preserves the emotional impact of Tennessee Williams’s play—creating a searing musical drama where the lines between fantasy and reality blur for Blanche DuBois, with tragic consequences.


To receive this special offer to A Streetcar Named Desire, simply visit the special ticket page here and enter this code: MSND15.  You will able to select a seating section and given the best seats available in the section. (Price range: $20 - $48)

Performances take place at the Everett Auditorium at the Everett School, located at 450 Church Street, between 16th Street and 17th Street, in San Francisco. For directions, please click here.  $10 parking is available in the lot behind the school (run by the Everett PTA).


Doors for seating open 30 minutes before each performance. Each seat is reserved. All purchases are final with no exchanges.


Tickets purchased for the Thursday, July 10th 7:30 pm performance will admit you to Merola Opera Program's pre-performance cocktail party from 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm at Kitchen Story restaurant, right around the corner from Everett Auditorium. Join Merola for complimentary appetizers in a fun and relaxed atmosphere.


For information on A Streetcar Named Desire, please click here.

For 56 years, the Merola Opera Program has been regarded as the foremost opera training program for aspiring singers, coaches and stage directors. As the cornerstone of San Francisco Opera's training and performance programs for promising young artists, Merola has served as a proving ground for hundreds of artists, including Ruth Ann Swenson , Deborah Voigt , Anna Netrebko, Patricia Racette, Sylvia McNair, Thomas Hampson, Carol Vaness, Joyce DiDonato, Susan Graham, and Dolora Zajick among many others.

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