POP just completed its run of La Calisto, a reimagined 17th century opera telling the story of love, affairs and betrayal among the greek gods, and one human. The supertitles at times provide humorous non-literal translations, the scenery is modernized and edgy, and the story was presented in comedic fashion. The venue, the Ebell Club in Highland Park is intimate, though the chairs are uncomfortable, so bring cushions. The performance included a small live orchestra along with a large cast. This is a great bargain, with general admission seats for $20 and a table for four for $100, including wine and snacks. POP is a unique LA experience, and highly recommended.
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