Opera patrons offered trade-in for cancelled show

April 11, 2014
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What to do about those tickets you had for "Albert Herring," Indianapolis Opera's cancelled final production of the season?

Three other local arts organizations have an idea.

Dance Kaleidoscope, the Indianapolis Museum of Art, and the Indianapolis Chamber Orchestra are offering those holding "Herring" tickets to exchange them for "Picture This," DK's May 1-4 performance at the IMA or either of a pair of ICO performances, one April 11 and the other May 17.

Both ICO performances (featuring bassoonist Martin Kuuskmann and vioinist Benjamin Beilman respectively), will be held at the Schrott Center for the Arts.

The move not only helps build audiences for these shows, but also relieves some of the pressure on Indianapolis Opera to refund ticket costs.

More information on the deal, which is supported by Indianapolis Opera, can be found here.


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