Toledo Opera to postpone ‘La traviata’Written by Lisa Renee Ward | | email@example.com
The Toledo Opera Board of Trustees announced March 19 the postponement of “La traviata,” its final production of the 2010-2011 season due to the company’s organizational restructuring.
Ticket holders for the performance can exchange them for the future production of “La traviata” or they may receive a tax credit or refund by contacting the opera’s box office.
“The board is looking at the current structure of the company and exploring ways to continue to produce quality operas for the region. The organizational restructuring may take several months,” said Board President Andy Stuart in a press release.
“We are appreciative of the generosity of our donors, patrons and subscribers and with their continuing support we will move the company toward a brighter future,” Stuart said.
Opera on Wheels, its elementary school touring program will not be impacted. An adapted version of “The Barber of Seville” will be performed in 57 area schools during April and May.