Most opera tickets to the opera can be expensive, but not this time. The Washington National Opera's opening night performance of "The Barber of Seville" will be simulcast on the huge 4,500-square-foot, high-definition scoreboard. Gates open at 5:30; arrive early to snag the best seats and watch a screening of the Bugs Bunny classic "The Rabbit of Seville." You can also register for free VIP seats on the Opera's Web site, www.dc-opera.org.
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