Seattle Opera is kicking off “The Search for Cinderella” – a digital scavenger hunt – on Friday, January 11th, to celebrate the opening of Rossini’s Cinderella on January 12th. Seattle Opera’s production of Cinderella runs for eight performances through January 26, and also includes a Family Day Matinee on January 20th.
So, if the hunt isn’t your thing (or you don’t win) and have kids 18 and under, check out the Family Day Matinee – all students 18 and under in the company of an adult pay only $15 per seat. Family Days also feature special student-oriented activities. There are only 2 Family Days this year – one for Cinderella and one for La Boheme on March 10th.
However, if you’re 18+, have a nose for clues and a drive to win, the “Search for Cinderella” is a series of four digital scavenger hunts with free Cinderella tickets as top prizes. Other prizes will be revealed as the game is played and new clues are disclosed. There are four scavenger hunts total, and they’re all played online –see details from Seattle Opera below:
- Scavenger hunts begin at 10am on January 11, 14, 16, and 18
- The day’s grand prize and initial clue will be posted to Seattle Opera’s Facebook and Twitter pages
- Players decipher digital clues and search the web to win first prize
- Second-place finishers will receive a pair of tickets to “Viva Verdi!,” a special one-night-only concert on April 6
- Must be 18 years of age or older
- No purchase necessary
- Employees of Seattle Opera and their immediate family and household members are not eligible
- One winner per household
For complete details visit Seattle Opera’s Blog and good luck!