Mozart’s The Abduction from the Seraglio (1782) was written at a time during which cultural and religious prejudices against different cultures and religions had started to subside and the West was adapting to this reality through fine arts. This opera of the Enlightenment written in German is in the spirit of the Singspiel and similar to the French opéra comique. The libretto is based on a play by Christoph Friedrich Bretzner, and it takes place at the seraglio of the Pasha Selim, where Belmonte kidnaps Constanza. It is a story of love, courage and forgiveness, and also a cheerful and hopeful opera in line with the Open Air Factory. With the participation of Cypriot and foreign artists.