• Saturday, April 27, 2019 at 7 pm
  • Century II Concert Hall

Purchase Tickets

Single Tickets

Ticket TypeBestBetterGoodStudent
Senior Discount (60 years or older) - Save 10%$81$54$36Purchase
Students/Military - Save 10% with valid ID$81$54$36Purchase
Groups (10+)$77$51$34Purchase

In addition to Season Subscriptions, Early Bird Single Tickets (saving 10% off regular price) will be available from September 10th through October 8th. Beginning October 8th, all tickets will be full price.

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Group Tickets

Call the Wichita Grand Opera Box Office at (316) 262-8054 or call Select-A-Seat toll free at (855) 755-SEAT (7328).

Groups of 10-20 - Save 15% per ticket

Buy by Phone

Call the Wichita Grand Opera Box Office at (316) 262-8054 or call Select-A-Seat toll free at (855) 755-SEAT (7328).

Buy in Person

Wichita Grand Opera Box Office, Century II Concert Hall, 3rd Floor
Select-A-Seat Box Office, Intrust Bank Arena Lobby

Buy School Tickets

Wichita Grand Opera provides opportunities for school groups to experience a Day at the Opera. Our Day at the Opera educational program includes:

  • $15 tickets to the performance
  • Students, teachers, and parent chaperones are eligible for Day at the Opera pricing
  • Students can take an exclusive backstage tour one hour before the performance

How It Works

  • Students (or their parents) should contact our Box Office at (316) 262-8054 to order tickets at the Day at the Opera rate of $15 each.
  • Make sure to tell Mr. Applegate what school your student attends.
  • The deadline for purchasing is Tuesday prior to the performance.
  • Tickets will be held for your student at the will-call/ticket window the day of the performance.
    Backstage tours are available for school groups by appointment beginning one hour before the performance starts.

*All sales are final. No refunds available.

Dinner/Hotel Packages

Occasionally, Wichita Grand Opera partners with local restaurants and hotels to offer special packages or discounts.

Featured Restaurant Discount

Newport Grill is currently offering 20 percent off when you present your Wichita Grand Opera ticket the week of the production.

A New WGO Production

One of the truly great operas, George Bizet’s “Carmen” has been a favorite of audiences since it’s premiere in 1875 at the Paris Opéra-Comique.  Featuring many of opera’s most recognizable melodies, this powerful masterpiece returns to the WGO for the first time since 2010.

Mezzo-soprano, Sarah Heltzel, sings the sultry title role.   Ms. Heltzel has previously appeared with the WGO as Maddalena in Rigoletto and as Princess Eboli in Don Carlo. Tenor Michael Wade Lee will sing the role of Don José, Carmen’s obsessive lover. He returns to the WGO for the first time since starring in the title role of WGO’s 2011 Il Trovatore.  Maestro Martin Mazik returns to the WGO to conduct this masterful work.


The Cast

Creative Team

Stage DirectorConductor
Shayna LeahyMartin Mazik


CARMEN, a gypsy from Seville (mezzo)       Sarah Heltzel
DON JOSE, corporal from Navarro (tenor) Michael Wade Lee
ESCAMILLOa toreador (baritone)             Michael Nansel
MICAELA, a girl from Navarro (soprano)  Hanna Brammer
ZUNIGA, a lieutenant of Dragoons (bass)   Andrew Hernandez
MORALES, a soldier (baritone)                     Charles Turley
FRASQUITA, Carmen’s friend (soprano)    Andra Erbar
MERCEDES, Carmen’s friend (mezzo-soprano)    Kathryn Frady
LE DANCAIRE, a smuggler (baritone)        Dustin Peterson
LE REMENDADO, a smuggler (tenor)        Mirko D’Angelo
Chorus: Dragoons, Cigarette Girls, Gypsies, Smugglers, Toreadors, Street Urchins, Vendors, and
Flamenco Dancers
(Production and Artists subject to change)

What to Expect

Let Us Help You Plan Your Opera Visit

Whether this is your first visit to Wichita Grand Opera or you’re a regular patron, we have all the information you need to plan your evening.

Before the Opera

Where to Stay

If you are visiting Wichita from out of town, we suggest staying at one of these recommended hotels.

Ambassador Hotel

Hotel at Waterwalk

Hotel at Old Town

Fairfield Inn by Marriott Wichita Downtown

Wichita Inn North

DoubleTree by Hilton

Red Roof Inn Wichita Airport

Clarion Inn Wichita Airport

Wichita Marriott

Hawthorn Suites

Where to Eat

Downtown Wichita and the nearby Delano District provide many dining options to enhance your opera experience.  Concessions are also available at the opera.

Cafe Bel Ami

AVI Seabar & Chophouse

Hana Cafe

Harvest Kitchen and Bar at the Hyatt Regency

Lotus Leaf Cafe & Creperie

Old-Town Sushi Bar By Wasabi

Rain Café and Lounge

River City Brewery

Sabor Latin Bar & Grill

Siena Tuscan Steakhouse at the Ambassador Hotel


Except as noted, Wichita Grand Opera performs in the Century II Performing Arts Center in downtown Wichita.

Century II Performing Arts Center
225 W. Douglas Ave. Wichita, KS 67202


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Seating (Including for Disabled Patrons)

To comply with ADA requirements, the following seats are reserved for our handicapped patrons:

Concert Hall

On House Right, Seating is available at:

  • Row M, Seats 123 & 124 (Best seating – $85 per seat)
  • Row S, Seats 124 & 125 (Better seating – $58 per seat)
  • Row KK, Seats 101-106 (Better seating $58 per seat) – Promenade Box
  • Row LL, Seats 107-112 (Good seating, $37 per seat) – Promenade Box

On House Left, Seating is available at:

  • Row M, Seats 22 & 23 (Best Seating – $85 per seat)
  • Row S, Seats 24 & 25 (Better seating – $58 per seat)
  • Row KK, Seats 1-6 (Better seating – $58 per seat) – Promenade Box
  • Row LL, Seats 7-12 (Good seating, $37 per seat) – Promenade Box

Frequently Asked Questions