Kate DiCamillo Day + Book Signing
Sunday, March 29
MN Opera is proud to produce and premiere the opera Edward Tulane based on the novel by two-time Newbery Medalist and #1 New York Times’ Bestselling Author Kate DiCamillo. We dedicate this special day to Kate in honor of her contributions to our local community.
Kate will be signing The Miraculous Journey of Edward Tulane and her new book Beverly, Right Here on the Mezzanine level immediately following the Sunday, Mar. 29 matinee.
- Opening remarks by Kate DiCamillo
- Performance of Edward Tulane
- Book Signing with Kate (Target Atrium on second floor)
- Book Signing Concludes
Ordway Center for Performing Arts
345 Washington Street
Saint Paul, MN 55102
Frequently Asked Questions:
Do I have to purchase a book, or can I bring my own book(s)?
A book purchase is required to participate in the post-show signing. There will be two titles for sale on site – The Miraculous Adventures of Edward Tulane and her new book Beverly, Right Here.
Where do I purchase a book(s)?
Books will be available for purchase in the Target Atrium at the merchandise table along the line to where Kate will be signing.
May I take photos?
You may take candid photos during the signing line. However, because of the crowd size and time constraints, there will be no posed photos. If you’d like to take a picture with Kate while she is signing your book, a MN Opera representative will be on hand to take the photo with your camera or smartphone.
Do I need to buy a ticket to attend the opera with my child?
Yes. All attendees need to have a purchased ticket. Youth Pricing is available. Purchase up to four individual tickets for $20 each (for youth ages 6-20 years old), plus $3 facility fee per ticket. Price zone availability varies by performance. Adult tickets start at $25.
Is there an age requirement for attendance?
Edward Tulane explores complex themes such as death and loss and is recommended for children ages 8 and up. Children ages 6 and older are welcome and must be accompanied by an adult. Each audience member must have a ticket.
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