La Traviata

La Traviata

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French novelist Alexandre Dumas is the source for this drama about a lively Parisian courtesan who gives up the man she loves to save his family’s reputation. Brilliant party scenes, poignant duets and stirring ensembles are among Verdi’s most sublime musical creations.

La Traviata is an opera in three acts by Giuseppe Verdi set to an Italian libretto by Francesco Maria Piave. It takes as its basis the novel La dame aux Camélias by Alexandre Dumas, fils, published in 1848. It was first performed at the Teatro la Fenice in Venice, on March 6, 1853. The title "La traviata" means ...Read More

Carla Dirlikov.... Flora Bervoix *
Casey Candébat.... Gastone *
Georgia Jarman.... Violetta Valery *
Leonardo Capalbo.... Alfredo Germont *
Stephen Powell.... Giorgio Germont *
Aria Mason.... Chorus
Leigh M. Brockman.... Gypsy Dancer
Rebecca Fox.... Chorus
*=featured role

Carol Rausch .... 
Don Darnutzer ....  Lighting Design
Tom Kelly ....  Stage Manager
Brynn Baudier ....  Asst. Stage Manager
Micah Fortson ....  Production Manager
Robert Lyall ....  Conductor
Neil Ingles ....  Asst. Lighting Designer
Malabar ....  Costumes
Jay Jackson ....  Stage Director
Don Guillot ....  Wigs and Makeup
Linda Guillot ....  Wigs and Makeup
Jonathan Uhlman ....  Properties Director
Charlotte Lang ....  Costumer.


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