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CENTRAL CITY OPERA GUILD PROUDLY PRESENTS OPERA INSIDE OUT:  A BEHIND THE SCENES LOOK AT CENTRAL CITY OPERA
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June 11, 2012

CENTRAL CITY OPERA GUILD PROUDLY PRESENTS OPERA INSIDE OUT: A BEHIND THE SCENES LOOK AT CENTRAL CITY OPERA

WHEN: Tuesday, June 19, 2012

1:00 - 3:00 p.m.

WHERE: Williams Stables Theater

Eureka St., Central City, CO 80427

WHY: Opera Inside Out is presented as part of "Opera Rocks," a series of fun and interactive events to engage people of all ages and introduce them to the art of opera.

The Central City Opera Guild, established in 1974, assists Central City Opera through work in historic preservation, education, cultural and social events, and fundraising. Visit www.centralcityopera.org for more information.

Central City Opera's 2012 Festival

Running June 30 to Aug. 12, Central City Opera's 2012 Festival will feature three new dynamic productions: Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II's original collaboration and Broadway classic, Oklahoma!;Puccini's famous opera about struggling artists in Paris, La Bohème; and Benjamin Britten's chamber opera based on the Henry James ghost story, The Turn of The Screw. In addition to its slate of operas for 2012, CCO will continue to present innovative initiatives and exciting Festival events from jazz brunches to paranormal happenings and a history weekend to enhance the Central City experience. Subscriptions for the 2012 Festival are on sale now starting at just $32. Single tickets are also available, starting at $20. For more information, visit www.centralcityopera.org or call 303-292-6700.

Celebrating its 80th year, Central City Opera is located just 35 miles west of Denver in one of Colorado's official National Landmark Historic Districts. The Company continues to present artistically excellent professional opera during its annual summer festival; to offer career-entry training to young singers; to produce education and community programs; and to preserve and maintain the Opera House and 30 other Victorian-era properties.

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