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Madame Butterfly tells the tale of a love triangle that has endured for more than 100 years. Puccini's opera is perhaps one of his most famous and continues to draw audiences and turn theatergoers into opera lovers! Purchase your Madame Butterfly Opera tickets now!
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Madame Butterfly Opera Tickets

Puccini's Madame Butterfly has been entertaining theatergoers since the early 1900s, and this world renowned three-act opera is a must-see whether individuals are seasoned fans of the opera or want to find out what all the fuss is about. Picking up Madame Butterfly tickets can give anyone at any opera-appreciating level an opportunity to experience this slice of performing arts. Along with Carmen, La Boheme, Tosca, and Rigoletto, Madame Butterfly is one of the top 10 operas in the world.

The first act of the story takes place in Japan, where a U.S. Naval officer has been betrothed to a geisha named Cio-Cio-San. This woman, known as Madame Butterfly, renounces her heritage in order to bond with her Christian husband, which creates a rift between her and her family. The songs in this act center around the love between Navy Lieutenant B.F. Pinkteron and Cio-Cio-San.

Pinkerton returns to the States, abandoning his wife and unborn child, and the second act focuses on Cio-Cio-San's patience in waiting for Pinkerton to return to her. She rebuffs marriage proposals and clings to the hope that her husband will come back to her. However, unbeknownst to Madame Butterfly, Pinkerton does not intend to return to be with her. In fact, in the third act, his American wife, Kate, is introduced. The ensuing drama in this exotic love triangle is heartbreaking and ends in tragedy, often leaving viewers in tears.