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Classical Pick of the Week: Bugs Bunny on Broadway

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the Rabbit of Seville, with a "cameo" by Leopold Stokowski

This week we revisit some classic cartoons at the Hollywood Bowl. It pairs the Los Angeles Philharmonic and Looney Tunes characters as it incorporates the music and the cartoons live on stage. This is the final performance of the show before 2010 when they present a new 20th anniversary edition.
It includes the Rabbit of Seville and What's Opera Doc?

This is a fun and exciting way to introduce the younger audiences to classical music. It is highly suggested to bring a picnic basket and a blanket (it gets cold), and maybe even a bottle of wine and enjoy the music. Tickets are priced between 10 and 114 dollars. There are shuttles from various locations as well, to avoid paying a hefty price for parking.

Bugs Bunny on Broadway
the Hollywod Bowl
Saturday, July 5th, 2008, 8 PM

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