|Time for a night at the opera!|
An important leader in a time of political strife has a forbidden lover, bears him two children, is betrayed by him, and dies.
A young man of secretly noble parentage takes up his father’s sword and sets out on a quest in order to become a hero.
|Is that a call to adventure, or are you just happy to see me?|
A rag-tag group of attractive people, united by their rebellious nature, share companionship before tragedy strikes.
|Who do you think sings Musetta's Waltz? My money's on Chirrut.|
After naively swearing loyalty in his youth to a cruel man, Anakin refuses to doubt his master for years. When he finally realizes the truth, says goodbye to his son and chooses to die with honor.
|"I'll promote you above grand moff when the robins make their nests."|
Han and Lando are good friends who go way back. They talk a lot about how they would never betray each other. They even have a duet about it. It’s an amazing duet. Then comes the sudden but inevitable betrayal.
|I refuse to put a pic of Jar Jar on my blog, so here's Quinn Kelsey as Rigoletto.|
Poe Dameron, the titular pilot of the resistance, isn’t even the main character. He’s just a charismatic guy who is good at solving problems for the protagonists.
|Dameron! Dameron! Daaaaaamerooon!|
Family pressures and a generations-long conflict between rival groups culminate in a dramatic domestic stabbing. Be prepared for lots of red!
|Didn't wear white to dramatically show off blood splatter?|
Then get to some snow to bleed out on, ASAP.
Seriously though. Imagine Leia singing "I am the child of Organa" and then having a stare down with Mon Mothma.
Siegfried: Ken Howard for the Metropolitan Opera
The Pearl Fishers: Ken Howard for the Metropolitan Opera
Rigoletto: Cory Weaver for San Francisco Opera
Lucia di Lammermoor: Theater Byte/Metropolitan Opera
P.S. Snoke is the Queen of the Night. Pablo Hidalgo has confirmed this.