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Edmonton Downtown

Commodore Part 1
Chez Pierre Cabaret Part 2
August 1-15, 2019
Doors 6:30pm | Show 7pm

Adults | $55
Students & Seniors | $45
(18 & Over)

Commodore Restaurant
10712 Jasper Avenue

Chez Pierre Cabaret
10040 105 Street

Edmonton Strathcona

Have Mercy
Concert Style Matinee
Sunday, August 4, 2019
Doors 2pm | Show 3pm

$35
General Admission
(All Ages)

Have Mercy Food & Booze
8232 Gateway Blvd
Edmonton, Alberta

Though doors open at 2 pm, an earlier arrival is recommended  for those who plan to dine.

Wayne, Alberta

Last Chance Saloon
Sunday, August 11, 2019
Doors 6pm | Show 7:30pm
Dinner 6-7:30pm (not included)

Adults | $55
Students & Seniors | $45
(All Ages)

Last Chance Saloon
555 Jewell Street
Wayne, Alberta

Drive 5 minutes East of Drumheller on Hwy 10 to Rosedale. Turn South on Hwy 10x to Wayne AB.

Calgary Downtown

Palomino Smokehouse
Saturday, August 17, 2019
Doors 6pm | Show 8pm
Dinner 6-8pm  (not included)

Adults | $55
Seniors | $45
(18 & Over)

Palomino Smokehouse
109 7 Ave SW
Calgary, Alberta

Mercury Opera Presents Bizet's Carmen

Here the action is in El Paso, Texas/Juarez, Mexico where Bizet’s tale of Carmen, the seductress, who lures Don José a US Customs and Immigration Enforcer away from his duties, and his childhood sweetheart Micaela unfolds.

Circumstance lands José in hot water with very little choice other than to join Carmen’s band of drug smugglers.  Once José has left his other life behind, Carmen quickly tires of José and his jealous rages, and ditches him for the celebrated rodeo bull-rider Escamillo.

In the final act, Carmen’s intent to join Escamillo at the Rodeo Finals is thwarted by Don José, whose life now in ruins exacts his revenge.

Carmen, the most famous of Bizet’s operas, introduced a note of realism into opera that proved unacceptable to many who saw the first performances. Objection was taken to the wild and immoral behaviour of Carmen, and her final murder on the stage.

Cast

Laura Virella - Carmen
Elise Noyes - Micaëla
Dacia Gramlick - Frasquita
Boris Derow - Don José (El Dancairo)
Martin Galba - Zuniga/Ensemble
Ali Amad - Manuelita/Ensemble
Jeffrey Strand - El Dancairo (Don José)
Allan Cabral de Sá - Remendado
Max Fingerote - Ensemble
Jorge Luiz Trabanco - Escamillo
Sandra Flores Strand - Mercédès (Carmen)
Shannon Hiebert - Conductor