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Partnerships

 

Calvin Academy for Lifelong Learning is pleased to have partnerships with organizations within the Grand Rapids community that offer special pricing and dscounts for CALL Members. We encourage you to take advantage of these opportunities to participate in these wonderful performances at a cost savings to you. See the discounts for Grand Rapids Broadway and Grand Rapids Opera below:

 

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The 2015-2016 is well underway. Depending on the performance, CALL members receive a discount of 10-20% for certain dates of each show. Seats are priced between zones 1, 2, or 3.

CALL members may either print their order and mail their payment or contact Susan Weiss of Grand Rapids Broadway at 616-235-6285 or her direct line of 616-325-1343.

Click on any of the shows below for more information and the order form:

Riverdance- April 12-17

The Phantom of the Opera- May 18-29

The Book of Mormon- June 21-26


Grand Rapids Opera


Opera Grand Rapids invites CALL members to experience the magic of opera through the
following exclusive member opportunities. The proposed program provides members with
an in-depth, behind-the-scenes opera experience, taking them on a journey from
composition to the final staged production.

1. 30% off original ticket prices to any production
2. Behind the Curtain opera previews and receptions
3. Pre-Performance Talks prior to curtain
4. Discounts and benefits at partner restaurants prior to performances
5. Proximity group seating
6. Early access to seating next season before it opens to the general public


Opera Program for CALL: Pick 1 to 3 operas


Orpheus and Eurydice (April 8 & 9)

A legendary musician loses his love. Overcome with intolerable grief, he ventures to the depths of hell on a rescue mission to save her. Based on the classical Greek mythology of Orpheus, this baroque opera composed by Christoph Willibald Gluck was so influential in its style that it set the stage for several subsequent operas. In this age-old story set to modern staging and dance, will the hero save the heroine?

Romeo and Juliet (April 29 & 30)

You know the romantic tale of the star-crossed lovers Romeo and Juliet. When love meets fate, parting is such sweet sorrow. In this beautiful musical adaptation, Charles Gounod presents notable, swoon-worthy duets between the young lovers—just in time to commemorate the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare’s death in 1616. Presented in French with English titles.Romeo and Juliet is a collaborative production between Opera Carolina, Virginia Opera, Toledo Opera, Lyric Opera Baltimore and Opera Grand Rapids.

The Student Prince (June 9, 10 & 12)

Presented at St. Cecilia Music Center

What happens when a prince who, destined to marry a princess, falls in love with a barmaid on his university campus? Presented to audiences in Beer City, USA, is a coming-of-age love story set in a Heidelberg biergarten. With rousing choruses such as “Drink! Drink! Drink!,” this lighthearted operetta has remained a hit among theatergoers since its opening during the Prohibition era. Presented in English.

Tickets must be purchased with the Opera Grand Rapids Box Office by end of day
Monday the week of the show.

Call 616-451-2741 to order tickets and note that you must identify yourself as a CALL member.

Link to 2015-2016 Season Information of Grand Rapids Opera.