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FRIDAY
MARCH 22
8:00 PM

SUNDAY
MARCH 24
2:00 PM

Today is Figaro's wedding day but the day is going to be full of complications. The Count is chasing Figaro's Bride while a young man is chasing the Count's wife, while an old spinster is chasing Figaro while...a lot is going on here! Leave it to Mozart to sort it all out with dazzling music. Expect disguises, mistaken identities, and a lot of hiding in (and under) things...

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COMPOSED BY
W. A. Mozart

LIBRETTO BY

Lorenzo Da Ponte

PREMIERED
The premiere took place at the Burgtheater in Vienna on May 1, 1786  Teatro Apollo in Rome on 19 January 1853

Based on Pierre Beaumarchais, La folle journée, ou le Mariage de Figaro.


Sung in Italian with English supertitles

The Cast

(In order of appearance)

cast
Figaro, the Count’s valet

Robert Balonek

Figaro, the Count’s valet

Marcellina, Bartolo’s housekeeper

Janine Hawley

Marcellina, Bartolo’s housekeeper

Basilio, music master/Don Curzio, a magistrate

David Maize

Basilio, music master/Don Curzio, a magistrate

Antonio

Lawrence Hall

Antonio

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Susanna, the Countess’ maid, betrothed to Figaro

Cree Carrico

Susanna, the Countess’ maid, betrothed to Figaro

Cherubino, the Count’s page

Stephanie Foley Davis

Cherubino, the Count’s page

Countess Rosina Almaviva

Jodi Burns

Countess Rosina Almaviva

Bartolo, a doctor from Seville

Scott Macleod

Bartolo, a doctor from Seville

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Conte di Almaviva

Richard Ollarsaba

Conte di Almaviva

Barbarina

Clare Griffin

Barbarina

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