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Count Almaviva lusts after the delicious Susanna, Figaro's bride to be. The neglected Countess pines for her husband's attentions and, as she tries to make him jealous, love and suspicion abound. Figaro must unravel the threads before he and Susanna can tie the knot. Also performed as Figaro's Wedding
. First performed at the Burgtheater in Vienna on 1 May 1786Performers Luca Pisaroni (Figaro - Cast A), Lucy Crowe (Susanna - Cast A), Rebecca Evans (Countess Almaviva - Cast A), Christopher Maltman (Count Almaviva - Cast A), Renata Pokupic (Cherubino - Cast A), Helene Schneiderman (Marcellina - Cast A), Carlos Chausson (Bartolo - Cast A), Alasdair Elliott (Don Curzio - Cast A), Lynton Black (Antonio - Cast A), Mary Bevan (Barbarina - Cast A), Alex Esposito (Figaro - Cast B), Camilla Tilling (Susanna - Cast B), Rebecca Evans (Countess Almaviva - Cast B), Gerald Finley (Count Almaviva - Cast B), Anna Bonitatibus (Cherubino - Cast B), Marie McLaughlin (Marcellina - Cast B), Christophoros Stamboglis (Bartolo - Cast B), Timothy Robinson (Don Curzio - Cast B), Jeremy White (Antonio - Cast B), Dusica Bijelic (Barbarina - Cast B).
Music Mozart. Lyrics Da Ponte (after [Beaumarchais]). Producer Royal Opera House. Director David McVicar. Design Tanya McCallin. Lighting Paule Constable. Director Leah Hausman (movement). Conductor David Syrus.
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