Plan Your Visit
Opera Philadelphia's 2013-2014 Opera at the Academy series, featuring Nabucco, Ainadamar, and Don Giovanni, takes place at the historic Academy of Music, located on the southwest corner of Broad and Locust Streets, four blocks south of City Hall.
The Aurora Series for Chamber Opera at the Perelman, featuring Curtis Opera Theatre's Dialogues of the Carmelites and Opera Philadelphia's production of A Coffin in Egypt, takes place at the Perelman Theater at the Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts, located at Broad and Spruce Streets.
It is suggested that you arrive 30 minutes before the performance. Please be sure to leave ample time to account for weather, traffic conditions, and parking when traveling to the Academy of Music and the Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts. Out of respect for the artists and the patrons already seated, latecomers will be seated only during appropriate breaks in the performance or at the intermission.
Double Exposure on Friday, March 21, 2014 will be held at FringeArts.
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140 N Columbus Blvd (at Race St)
Philadelphia, PA 19106
231 N 2nd St, Philadelphia, PA 19106 Special rate*: $7 weekend
*Please get your blue parking ticket validated upon entering the FringeArts venue.
DRWC Vine Street Parking Lot
(at the corner of N Columbus Blvd and Callowhill St)
Standard flat rate: $10
Metered street parking is extremely limited on N Columbus Blvd.
Late Seating Policy
At the request of our patrons, Opera Philadelphia observes the national opera standard of a No Late Seating Policy. While we understand that traffic conditions, public transportation, or weather can have unexpected effects on your arrival at the performance, we wish to minimize disruptions for seated patrons and for artists onstage. Latecomers will be asked to wait in the lobby until intermission. Should you arrive late, the Opera provides video monitors in the lobby where you may watch the performance until you are seated.
Estimated Running Times
Worried about catching the last train or making a dinner reservation? Below are the estimated running times for 2013-2014 productions. Please remember that these are only estimates and that times may vary slightly.
|Nabucco||3 hours including one 20-minute and one 15-minute intermission|
|Svadba||1 hour followed by a 90-minute Balkan wedding reception|
|Ainadamar||80 minutes with no intermission|
|Dialogues of the Carmelites||3 hours and 15 minutes including one 20-minute and one 15-minute intermission|
|Don Giovanni||3 hours including one 20-minute intermission|
|Salome||1 hour and 45 minutes with no intermission|
|A Coffin in Egypt||70 minutes with no intermission|