Most of the famous operas in the theater world start with a love story and end with tragedy. Don Pasquale isn't that kind
of opera. Instead, it injects a healthy dose of humor into the storyline, which is why it has been able to appeal to a wide
range of audience all over the world. Don't miss this unforgettable show when it comes to Washington, D. C.
Don Pasquale is a rich man who
plans to bequeath his estate to his nephew, Ernesto. Pasquale doesn't approve of Ernesto's choice of a poor woman, Norina,
as a wife, so he decides to marry instead and produce his own heir. He is tricked into marrying Norina pretending to be someone
else, and she makes him sorry he ever turned down Ernesto's desire to marry her.
Washington, D.C. is a city that is always buzzing with excitement. As the nation's capital, Washington, D.C. is the city
that holds all of the cogs of the government. In addition to the congress, Washington, D.C. also has a thriving theater scene. Make sure you take the time to see Don Pasquale
when it is staged in Washington, D.C.