Mozart's The Marriage of Figaro by Pacific Opera Project
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The last date listed for The Marriage of Figaro was Sunday April 14, 2013 / 4:00pm.
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Puccini's powerful opera is the passionate tale of celebrated diva Floria Tosca. When her lover becomes embroiled in political troubles and is pursued by the police chief, Tosca prepares to do whatever it takes to save her beloved. This tragic romance ranks among the most popular operas ever and includes one of the most beautiful arias in the operatic repertoire, "E lucevan le stelle," sung by Tosca's doomed lover as he awaits execution. For this performance the Pacific Opera Project will move the entire show to three different venues throughout St. James Church, with each representing a different location within the opera. This "moving production" is sure to be something no one, even regular opera-goers, has ever seen before. Learn More
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Featured review from Goldstar MemberRed Velvet
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It was a wonderful treat! Mozart's glorious music together with a funny dramatic performance was an ourstanding experience. (Sorry they forgot to mention Mozart's name on the program). The up-dated translations in the vernacular on the overhead were unique. Don't miss this performance.
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My third time to see a Pacific Opera Project production. As before, we had a great time. The musical talent in this small company is more than I ever would have expected - professional and sophisticated. My favorite was the trouser-role of...continued
The casts include LeRoy Villaneuva (Metropolitan Opera National Council Auditions Winner) & Ryan Thorn (previously POP’s Sweeney Todd and Don Giovanni) as Figaro, Katherine Giaquinto & Sara Duchovnay as Susanna, Daniel Scofield & Luvi Avendano as Count Almaviva, Megan Vail & Bridgette Gan as the Countess, Elizabeth Rigby Jones & Julia Aks as Cherubino, E. Scott Levin as Bartolo, Julia Metzler & Stephanie Sadownick as Marcellina, Steven Vail & Jon Lee Keenan as Basilio/Curzio, Tim Campbell as Antonio and Ariel Downs & Emma Grace Dunbar as Barbarina.
The Marriage of Figaro_ will be designed and directed by Josh Shaw with music directed by Stephen Karr. The opera will be presented with orchestral ensemble, and conducted by Stephen Karr from the continuo harpsichord. The opera will be sung in Italian with projected English supertitles.