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Nov. 10, 2022Print | PDF
Friday, Nov. 18th and Saturday, Nov. 19th 2022, 8 p.m.
Location - Theatre Auditorium
Full cast and crew
*denotes alumni or guest performer
Violetta, a “kept” woman, throws a lavish party amongst the upper echelons of Parisian society. There, she is introduced to a long-time admirer, Alfredo Germont, who makes a toast in celebration of her. Surprised and disarmed by his declarations, Violetta imagines she could be worthy of love.
Count Almaviva has been mercilessly pursuing his servant Susanna, who just wants to marry her fiancé. An ill-timed visit from the flirtatious pageboy and the meddling Basilio could jeopardize it all.
King Idomeneo has made a terrible pact with Neptune that will cost him his son Idamante. His last hope is to send him into exile, on the pretense of escorting Elettra to Argos. Idamante is crushed and bewildered by his father’s unexplained rejection.
Bobby is a perennial bachelor who assures his friends he could stop being the third wheel at any time, the three women he is casually dating say otherwise…
Carmen’s lover hasn’t been treating her very well lately. Her friends Mercedes and Frasquita playfully read their fortunes, Carmen’s cards are ominous.
Violetta joins Flora’s party on the arm of Baron Douphol, and immediately sees the recently jilted Alfredo at the gambling table. Tensions and miscommunications arise, leading to Alfredo throwing the money he’s won at Violetta’s feet, completely humiliating and denouncing her.
Ariadne wakes up on a strange island while three nymphs who live there carry on with their usual activities.
Poverty stricken Hansel and his sister Gretel scrounge around their house for food and fail to get any work done. When they are fed up, they resort to other ways to pass the time and distract themselves from their hunger.
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