Venue Details

2 Star Starred
Porticoes Theatre
at St. James United Methodist Church 2033 E Washington Blvd Pasadena, CA 91104
626-791-1934
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We arrived late, close to start time, so we did not find parking in the lot, but were able to find it easy enough on the street.
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The weather was nice. . I wore jeans, nice blouse, comfortable shoes..
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65 reviews
130 stars
attended Apr 14 2013

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

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29 reviews
4 stars
attended Apr 14 2013

Excellent. Enjoyed it thoroughly. The super titles were hysterical.

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24 reviews
1 stars
attended Apr 14 2013

clever new opera company with hip productions and excellent singing. venue very good.

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More Information

Website

http://www.pacificoperaproject.com

Description

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.

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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.