It’s the most romantic day of the year, but there’s always one problem…what do you get your sweetheart for Valentine’s Day. How about...
A SUITE DATE NIGHT WITH YOUR DESIRE
92.9 The Wave is going to send you and your sweetheart to see a performance of the Virginia Opera’s “A Streetcar Named Desire” at Norfolk’s Harrison Opera House and qualify you for the ULTIMATE DATE NIGHT…a King Suite at the Crowne Plaza Hampton Marina Hotel…dinner in the Regatta Grille…champagne and chocolate covered strawberries in your room…red roses from Flower Works…and breakfast the following morning!
Enjoy a romantic getaway with your
sweetheart at Hampton’s only
waterfront hotel. The Crowne Plaza
Hampton Marina offers several
Valentine’s Day packages that
include breathtaking marina views,
deluxe accommodations, dinner in
Regatta Grille, champagne and hot
breakfast. Don’t forget that the
Crowne Plaza also makes a great
place to host weddings, rehearsal
dinners and other banquet events.
Flower Works is a new flower,
jewelry and gift shop in the heart of
Downtown Norfolk on Granby Street.
Stop by and check out the variety of
affordable gifts and jewelry for your
sweetheart. Flower Works
specializes in weddings, baby
showers, special events and
everyday occasions. Call (757) 965- 3613 or
In this famous tale of lust and disgrace, the
newly impoverished Blanche Dubois arrives in
1940’s New Orleans to live with her sister and
brother-in-law in their shabby apartment. As
the weeks press on, dark truths about Blanche’s
past collide with the stark reality of the present,
leading to a downward spiral of domestic
violence, degradation and madness. Andre
Previn’s Streetcar is a faithful adaptation of the
classic Tennessee Williams play, with a score
that evokes the gravity of the story and the
lush, bluesy New Orleans atmosphere.
Kelly Cae Hogan (Die Walküre, 2011) makes
her triumphant return as Blanche DuBois
opposite American baritone, David Adam
Moore, making his company debut as the
menacing and sexy Stanley Kowalski. The
second Virginia Opera premiere of the season is
helmed by two of operas most in-demand
visionaries: Director Sam Helfrich (Orpheé,
2012) and Conductor Ari Pelto.