A “magical and witty” multimedia delight!—Star Tribune, Minneapolis
Count Almaviva wants to wed the lovely Rosina, and she’s smitten with him, too. But her much-too-old guardian plans to marry her himself! Time to call for Figaro! Figaro! Figaro! He’s opera’s ultimate Mr. Fix It—but can he save the day? Find out in this comedic sparkler that’s filled with famous tunes!
With stars including:
Lucas Meachem as Figaro. This Grammy Award-winning baritone “draws all eyes whenever he’s onstage with his charismatic Figaro.” —San Francisco Classical Voice
Wallis Giunta as Rosina. Voted ‘Young Artist of the Year’ in the 2018 International Opera Awards, this stunningly talented mezzo is quite simply “sensational.” —The Guardian, London
Alasdair Kent as Count Almaviva. Perfectly cast as the ardent Almaviva, this Australia-born tenor “marries striking good looks with delicious sound.” —San Francisco Classical Voice
Lina Gonzalez-Granados, Hart Institute for Women Conductors’ alumna, conducts The Dallas Opera Orchestra in this production from Minnesota Opera.
Join us for these engaging and informative pre- and post-opera discussions:
- Joy and Ronald Mankoff Pre-Opera Talk: Hosted by Hank Hammett, Director of Opera at Meadows School of the Arts (SMU), this interactive 30-minute lecture begins one hour before the start of each opera in the Margaret McDermott Performance Hall. Admission is free with your ticket to a Dallas Opera performance.
- New! Post-Opera Talkback: Immediately following the Sunday matinee performance from the stage, this brief and casual Q&A session with members of the cast gives you an opportunity to ask questions about the performance. Hosted by Ian Derrer, General Director and CEO at The Dallas Opera.
Performance time is 2 hours and 52 minutes with one 25-minute intermission. View the full program here or in the Flip Book below. Program, artists and prices are subject to change.
Masks are strongly encouraged, but not required for all guests in the lobby and performance hall. As a resident company of the AT&T Performing Arts Center, The Dallas Opera adheres to the health and safety protocols and policies in our home venue, the Winspear Opera House. Together, we put the safety of our patrons, artists, volunteers, and staff first. The Winspear has best-in-class protocols in place for every step of your experience with us and we invite you to read about the details here. Additional information to prepare for your visit can be found here.
Sung in Italian with English Supertitles