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Bacchae Performance and Sunset Celebration

8:00 PM
Barbara and Lawrence Fleischman Theater, Getty Villa
Thursdays - Tickets are $40 with an additional $50 for the Sunset Celebration

This performance is not recommended for persons under the age of 12.

Bacchae

By Euripides

Directed by Anne Bogart

Co-produced by SITI Company

Translated by Aaron Poochigian

 

Packed with striking scenes, frenzied emotion, and choral songs of great power and beauty, Bacchae endures as one of Euripides's greatest surviving works. Dionysus, the god of wine, ritual madness, fertility, and theater, arrives in disguise at his birthplace in Greece. As revenge for a personal slight, he begins to spread his cult among the people of Thebes. King Pentheus, fearing the ensuing disorder, imprisons him. This misguided attempt to thwart divine will leads to catastrophe.

The Getty Villa is pleased to offer the following dining options for our guests before each performance:

Gourmet boxed dinner and dessert items available for purchase at the Café, no reservations required.

Nectar of the Gods Sunset Celebration
Thursday evenings only, tickets required, not available 8/30/18.
Location: Museum South Balcony; 6:30-7:30 p.m. Sunset Celebration guests will have their seats reserved in advance, front six rows.

For reservations to the Sunset Celebration, please choose the desired quantity when prompted.

View Sunset Celebration Menu:
Sunset Celebration Menu

Venue Information:
Admission begins at 6 p.m.
Parking is $10 after 3 p.m.
Outside food or beverages are not allowed on site.
Cushions will be provided. Portable stadium chairs and cushions are not permitted.
No refunds or exchanges.

9/27/2018 6:30 PM
Bacchae Performance and Prix Fixe Dinner

8:00 PM
Barbara and Lawrence Fleischman Theater, Getty Villa
Thursdays - $40, $36 senior/student | Fridays - $42 | Saturdays $48

This performance is not recommended for persons under the age of 12.

Bacchae

By Euripides

Directed by Anne Bogart

Co-produced by SITI Company

Translated by Aaron Poochigian

 

Packed with striking scenes, frenzied emotion, and choral songs of great power and beauty, Bacchae endures as one of Euripides's greatest surviving works. Dionysus, the god of wine, ritual madness, fertility, and theater, arrives in disguise at his birthplace in Greece. As revenge for a personal slight, he begins to spread his cult among the people of Thebes. King Pentheus, fearing the ensuing disorder, imprisons him. This misguided attempt to thwart divine will leads to catastrophe.

The Getty Villa is pleased to offer the following dining options for our guests before each performance:

Gourmet boxed dinner and dessert items available for purchase at the Café, no reservations required.

Nectar of the Gods Sunset Celebration
Thursday evenings only, tickets required, not available 8/31/17.
Location: Founder's Room; 6:30-7:30 p.m. Sunset Celebration guests will have their seats reserved in advance, front six rows.

Three-Course Prix Fixe Dinner 
Friday and Saturday only, tickets required.
Location: Founder's Room; Dinner seating will begin promptly at 6:15. Dinner will end at 7:15 p.m. Prix fixe dinner guests will have their seats reserved in advance, front six rows. Optional wine pairing will be offered for purchase at the dinner.

For reservations to the Sunset Celebration or Prix Fixe Dinner, please choose the desired quantity when prompted.

View Prix Fixe Dinner Menu:
Prix Fixe Dinner Menu

View Sunset Celebration Menu:
Sunset Celebration Menu

Venue Information:
Admission begins at 6 p.m.
Parking is $10 after 3 p.m.
Outside food or beverages are not allowed on site.
Cushions will be provided. Portable stadium chairs and cushions are not permitted.
No refunds or exchanges.

9/28/2018 To 9/29/2018
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