L.A. Opera brings back its ‘20s take on ‘Traviata’
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L.A. Opera brings back its ‘20s take on ‘La Traviata’

Dancers find a golden opportunity in “La Traviata."  This version of “La Traviata” is set in the 1920s’ Art Deco period. This is a remount of a 2006 production that was dusted off in 2014 and again now. Directed by Marta Domingo.

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Adela Zaharia, center, performs as Violetta in Los Angeles Opera’s production of Verdi’s “La Traviata,” at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion in Los Angeles on May 30, 2019.

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Adela Zaharia, left, and Erica Petrocelli in “La Traviata.”

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Singers and dancers perform in  “La Traviata." 

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Adela Zaharia  as Violetta in “La Traviata." 

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Rame Lahaj, right, and Adela Zaharia perform in  “La Traviata." 

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Rame Lahaj in “La Traviata." 

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Adela Zaharia, center, performs as Violetta in  “La Traviata." 

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Louis A. Williams Jr., right, and Breanne Wilson join other dancers in a scene from  “La Traviata." 

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