You can’t disguise true love!
A maiden forced into marriage, a handsome Count in disguise, star-crossed lovers, and the ingenious barber of Seville. Will everyone live happily ever after, or will the beautiful Rosina be forced to marry the grumpy old Dr. Bartolo? Join us for all the music, mischief, and magic to find out.
Dates: Friday, November 16, 2012 – 8pm
Sunday, November 18, 2012 – 2:30pm
Place: Mahalia Jackson Theater for the Performing Arts
In Italian with English supertitles
Nuts & Bolts Lecture: One hour prior to curtain.
Jack Belsom – Archivist and Historian, New Orleans Opera Association
Director: Matthew Lata
Conductor: Robert Lyall
Rosina – Deborah Domanski
Count Almaviva – Michele Angelini
Figaro – Matthew Worth
Don Basilio – Samuel Ramey
Doctor Bartolo – Thomas Hammons
Berta – Lenora Green (Replacing – Gwendolyn Jones)
Fiorello – Kenneth Weber
Officer – Jeffrey Underwood
Ambrogio – David Morelock
Doctor Bartolo’s Bulldog – JackBower
Composer: Gioachino Rossini
Librettist: Cesare Sterbini
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