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Frida Kahlo and the Bravest Girl in the World @ Seattle Opera (Seattle Center) (sensory friendly)
Jun 25 @ 11:00 am

Seattle Opera presents public performances on its 2023 touring production, a 35-minute-long bilingual opera written for youth audiences. This interactive piece features an updated text that moves seamlessly between English and Spanish.

Frida Kahlo and the Bravest Girl in the World tells the story of Mariana, a young girl living in Mexico City who has her portrait painted by the famed artist. At first, Mariana is nervous about meeting Frida because of strange rumors about the eccentric artist. But Mariana quickly befriends Frida and learns two important lessons in the process: that art can happen anywhere and how important it is to be brave even when you feel scared.

This production is appropriate for all ages, especially families with children. Seating is general admission. Assistive Listening Devices available. The morning show will be a sensory friendly performance. A Sensory Friendly performance can be enjoyed by all patrons, however we also include extra supports in place for our patrons with neurodiverse needs.

Location: Tagney Jones Hall (Opera Center, next to McCaw Hall) (363 Mercer St)

Tickets here.