Thursday 16 November, 7.00pm
Saturday 18 November, 7.00pm
Tuesday 21 November, 7.00pm
Thursday 23 November, 7.00pm
Saturday 25 November, 2.00pm
A Reserve: Adult $145, Concession* $130.50
B Reserve: Adult $115, Concession* $103.50
C Reserve: Adult $75, Concession* $67.50
$30 for Under 30s
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Figaro and Susanna are getting married, but their walk down the aisle is paved with drama. Figaro’s boss is out to bed the bride-to-be while his heartbroken wife finds herself the object of a forbidden adolescent passion and, to top it all off, a debt needs to be repaid or the couple won’t make it to the altar!
Long before Bridgerton and Bridget Jones’s Diary, Mozart gave the world a musical rom-com with this joyous story where mistaken identity, cheating scandals and forbidden secrets burst at the seams with invention and wit. The sublime music fizzes along with comic high spirits conveying all the delight and pain of love, and the agony and ecstasy of desire.
With an all-Australian cast led by bass-baritone Jeremy Kleeman and Adelaide soprano Jessica Dean, this original production marks the mainstage directorial debut of long time State Opera artist Nicholas Cannon.
A sumptuous interpretation of the classic tale is catapulted into modern times with a series of instantly recognisable characters and chaotic situations. Save the date for a funny, scandalous and romantic night at the opera.
⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ " This show literally and metaphorically sparkles from beginning to end... but the real stars of this show are the Australian cast and Australian production team."
⭐⭐⭐⭐ "The presentation pulsates with life and joie de vivre. There is a youthful playfulness to this production with its well balanced and enthusiastic cast and musicians."
"State Opera’s The Marriage of Figaro is sex, lies, deception, rapture, exquisite music and intrigue, and Mozart himself would not have it any other way."
"This production... has everything: fine singing, splendid sets, rib-tickling humour, lovely costuming, terrific lighting, and delightful music... and, it’s sexy to boot"
"The creative team needs awards. Director Nicholas Cannon knows his stuff. It is slick, tight and consistent in production, while set and costume designs by Ailsa Paterson are top-notch."
"This State Opera South Australia production is brilliant."
"Once again, State Opera has drawn together a cast of principals and chorus of great depth, enabling the audience to suspend disbelief with great abandon and lose itself in the delicious melodies and sublime vocal performances."
"Hooray! Here’s a very funny and very sexy production of this great comic opera of desire, disguise and just desserts."
State Opera Chorus
Adelaide Symphony Orchestra