(Dana Pundt (Clorinda), left, Patrick Carfizzi (Don Magnifico), Sarah Larsen (Tisbe), and Daniela Pini (Cenerentola) in Seattle Opera’s “Cinderella.”/Alan Alabastro photo)
“Cinderella” (“La Cenerentola”) is Seattle Opera’s current production, and it’s one that “unites rambunctious comedy and spectacular singing in a show that will entrance the whole family,” writes Melinda Bargreen in her review. A tip for opera-going families: one of the opera’s “Family Day” matinees is on Sunday (Jan. 20), meaning that students 18 and under in the company of an adult pay only $15 for most any seat. One full-price adult ticket must be bought with student ticket orders — limit four student tickets for every full-price adult ticket. The production ends Jan. 26. Coming up at the opera: “La Boheme,” opening Feb. 23. Family Day for that production is Sunday, March 10.