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Rigoletto, the hunchbacked court jester wants revenge. His beloved daughter, Gilda, has been abducted and seduced by the Duke and he hires a hit-man to assassinate him. Tragedy prevails in Verdi's masterpiece of love, lust and betrayal. Based on Hugo's Le roi s'amuse
. First performed at La Fenice in Venice on 11 March 1851 Sung in English, with surtitles projected above the stagePerformers Nicholas Pallesen (Rigoletto), Joshua Guerrero (Duke), Sydney Mancasola (Gilda), Barnaby Rea (Sparafucile), Madeleine Shaw (Maddalena), Nicholas Folwell (Monterone), Matthew Durkan (Marullo), Anthony Flaum (Borsa), Andri Bjorn Robertsson (Ceprano).
Music Verdi. Lyrics Francesco Maria Piave. Book by Victor Hugo. Producer English National Opera. Conductor Richard Armstrong. Director Jonathan Miller. Director Elaine Tyler-Hall (revival director). Design Patrick Robertson. Design Rosemary Vercoe. Lighting Robert Bryan. Translation James Fenton.
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