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The Marriage of Figaro, March 2009

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The Marriage of Figaro—March 14, 15, 20, 21, and 22, 2009

The Marriage of Figaro is considered Mozart’s greatest social commentary.  It is a combination of comedy and pathos.  Figaro and Susanna joyfully await their coming wedding but it is clouded by the marital woes of their employers, the Count and Countess.  The Count seems to have lost interest in Rosina (the same Count and Rosina from the Barber of Seville).  He now covets Susanna, Rosina’s maid servant.  The two women devise a plan with the help of Cherubino that will teach the Count a lesion he will never forget.  Magnificent arias, duets, and ensembles abound that reflect deception, anger, discord, and finally, repentance, and reconciliation.

Stage Director: Jose Maria Condemi
Music Director/Conductor: Alex Katsman
Artistic Director: Raquel V. Holt

CAST – The Marriage of Figaro

Count Almaviva – Eugene Brancoveanu
Countess Almaviva
Kaileen Miller
Figaro
Robert Stafford – March 14, 20, 22
Sascha Joggerst – March 15, 21
Susanna
Jennie Litster – March 14, 20, 22
Sepideh Moafi- March 15, 21
Cherubino
Erin Neff – March 14, 20, 22
Evgenia Chaverdova – March 15, 21
Marcellina – Carrie Hennessey
Dr Bartolo – Jason Sarten
Don Basilio – Michael Mendelsohn
Antonio – Michael Beetham
Barbarina – Jordan Trommater
Don Curzio – Kenneth Louis[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row][vc_column][vcex_image_grid img_size=”full” title=”no” image_ids=”950,951,952,953″][vc_column_text]

Images courtesy of Barbara Mallon

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