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Matinees at 2:30 pm
Evenings at 8:00 pm
Runs June 28 to July 26 in Central City
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Mozart’s comic opera depicting a day of madness cleverly twists and turns with passion and lighthearted intrigue. Set in 17th century Spain, it continues the story of Figaro (the famous barber of Seville) who schemes to outwit the Count and his wish to have his way with Susanna, Figaro’s bride-to-be.

Performance Dates:
Matinees at 2:30 pm: July 2, 4, 6, 8, 15*, 16, 20, 22, 26
Evenings at 8:00 pm: June 28; July 10, 12, 18

Performed in Italian with English supertitles.
*Nina Odescalchi Kelly Family Matinee

View the Central City Opera House seating chart.

Photo by Mark and Kristen Sink.
Performing Artists
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Adrian Kelly*
Adrian Kelly*
Michael Sumuel*
Michael Sumuel*
Anna Christy
Anna Christy
Sinéad Mulhern
Sinéad Mulhern
Tamara Gura*
Tamara Gura*
Thomas Hammons*
Thomas Hammons*
Claire Shackleton*
Claire Shackleton*
Joseph Gaines
Joseph Gaines
Adam Turner
Adam Turner
Production Team
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Alessandro Talevi
Alessandro Talevi
Madeleine Boyd
Madeleine Boyd
Susan Kulkarni*
Susan Kulkarni*
David Martin Jacques
David Martin Jacques
Dave Bova
Dave Bova
Simon A. Wells*
Simon A. Wells*
Production Credits
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Composer Amadeus Mozart
Librettist Lorenzo Da Ponte
Conductor Adrian Kelly
Director Alessandro Talevi
Scenic Designer Madeleine Boyd
Associate Scenic Designer Simon A. Wells
Costume Designer Susan Kulkarni
Lighting Designer David Martin Jacques
Wig/Makeup Designer Dave Bova
Associate Conductor/Chorus Master Adam Turner+
 
Cast
Figaro Michael Sumuel*
Susana Anna Christy
Countess Sinéad Mulhern
Cherubino Tamara Gura
Bartolo Thomas Hammons
Marcellina Claire Shackleton
Basilio Joseph Gaines

+Conducts July 15 & 18

Additional credits TBA.
Synopsis
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In this story, Figaro, Count Almaviva's valet, and Susanna, the Countess's maid, are about to be married when Figaro discovers that the Count is determined to revive an old custom – the right to have his way with the bride on a servant's wedding night. Figaro vows to outwit his master, and by nightfall the household finds itself in the midst of trickery and mishaps that culminate in an unlikely ending.