Friday, October 09, 2009
L.A. Opera Costume Sale

In preparation for the upcoming holiday (and I don't mean Simchat Torah), I am going to be attending the L.A. Opera Costume Sale this weekend. It's the first time the Opera has ever sold off any of its costumes and items will include capes, hats, full costumes, fans, gloves, shoes and more.

The sale begins at 10 a.m. on Saturday, October 10 at 330 South Alameda and parking is at the Little Tokyo shopping center. They indicate that sizes range from "robust Wagnerian" to "Mozart's petites" and prices range from $10-5,000.

They are selling off pieces from Don Giovanni, Die Meistersinger, La Traviata, Carmen, Idomenio, Romeo et Juliette and many more.

See you there!


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Blogger Ellen Bloom said...

Ooooo...BRAVO! Sounds like a fantastic sale. Do you think they might have a palm frond hat to wear instead of eating under the sukkah!?

Blogger dale-harriet said...

OH, how great is THAT??? I hope you scored big-time; my opinion? they shoulda let you in for an hour first before anyone else got there. That's my opinion.

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