2400 Civic Center Place
Miramar, Florida 33025
Performing at Miramar Cultural Center (Jan 28 - Jan 28)
One of opera's most popular comedies, L'Elisir D'Amore (The Elixir of Love) by Gaetano Donizetti (in ITALIAN), set in a small village in the Basque Country at end of the 18th century, tells the story of a magic love potion and the destiny of a love triangle involving a lovable bumpkin, a dashing sergeant and the bewitching town flirt. Filled with lighthearted charm and bursting with feel-good laughs, The Elixir of Love features effervescent Italian melodies and plenty of bel canto vocal fireworks. The story is simple, but very witty and funny. Young Italian country boy Nemorino simply cannot summon enough savoir-faire to please well-to-do young farm owner Adina. She is very much in love with him but annoyed by his lack of self-assurance and uses Belcore, a sergeant stationed in the village, to try to provoke him into action. Everything is further complicated by the appearance of a “doctor,” who sees in the romantic entanglement an additional chance to make some fast money in the village. After his arrival, an amazing number of situations reverse themselves. Is it really the result of the potion purveyor’s “elixir of love”?
The Miramar Cultural Center / ArtsPark was created to celebrate creativity and diversity within the city. This landmark is a vibrant, urban destination located in the heart of the Miramar Town Center, situated adjacent to our City Hall. Centrally located, the Center is visible and accessible from Red Road, Miramar Boulevard, and Hiatus Road.
The Center consists of an 800-seat theater, two art galleries, banquet and facilities, a full-service kitchen, rehearsal halls, classrooms, a botanical garden, and more. Within walking distance, you will find a main library, shops, restaurants, and fitness center. It is the perfect place to see a live performance, enjoy a day of family fun, have a meal, attend a lecture, or stroll through the galleries.
Cultural arts remains the door that opens a child’s mind to a wealth of experiences. Nostalgia happens when you paint your first masterpiece or memorize your part in a play. Those memories will last a lifetime