Presented by Fort Worth Opera, a reinvented version of Lysistrata, composed by Mark Adamo, takes the stage at the Bass Performance Hall.
Here’s how the Opera describes the plot: Something old is new again in Mark Adamo’s racy, light-hearted take on a classic Greek comedy. The men of Sparta and Athens have been at war for ages, and the women have had enough. Lysia, sung by DFW favorite Ava Pine, can’t convince her lover Nico to leave the Athenian army. In fact, he interrupts their romantic evening to heed the battle call. So she rallies the women of both cities in a “make love, not war” campaign that means no “love” until the men put down their arms. Of course, the truce can’t last—and Ares and Aphrodite themselves must intervene.
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