Cosi Fan Tutte

Cosi Fan Tutte


Opera Mariposa presents
Cosi Fan Tutte by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

November 30 and December 1, 7 & 8, 2018 @ 7:30 pm
Marpole United Church (1296 West 67th Ave. Vancouver)

Opera Mariposa is kicking off their 2018-19 season by bringing a classic Mozart opera into the 21st century! In Così fan tutte, love has many faces when an old cynic convinces two young men to test the affections of their girlfriends by formulating an elaborate plot. Don’t miss this rollicking tale of disguise, scandal and romantic antics, featuring a fresh new interpretation as well as two casts of acclaimed and multi-award-winning artists from across North America and Europe. Performed in Italian with English subtitles.

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Cast of Cosi Fan Tutte

Stage Director
Robin Hahn

Music Director
Ian Dives

Ryan Goetz

FIORDILIGI – Jacqueline Ko (Nov 30 & Dec 8), Kathryn Nickford (Dec. 1 & 7)
DORABELLA – Shanté Van Horlick (Nov 30 & Dec 8), Melissa Ratcliff (Dec 1 & 7)
FERRANDO – Lyndon Ladeur
GUGLIELMO – Cameron Killick, Brandon Adams (cover)
DESPINA – Julia Rooney (Nov 30 & Dec 8), Katrina Goh (Dec 1 & 7), Nancy Hasiuk-Lay (cover)
DON ALFONSO – Alexander Adams-Leytes (Nov 30 & Dec 1), Michael MacKinnon (Dec 7 &8)

What critics have to say about Opera Mariposa:

Opera Mariposa stands at the forefront of Vancouver’s opera scene.”
– The Vancouver Project

“Opera has a reputation as an art form steeped in starchy tradition, but Opera Mariposa’s recent performance of The Telephone broke up preconceptions by running the full gamut of being laugh-out-loud funny [to] haunting and beautiful.”
– Glass City on The Telephone (2014)

“Always passionate and passionately sung… there was possibly not a dry eye in the house.”
– Review Vancouver on The Butterfly (2014)

“Well-honed delightful an excellent harbinger of more well-cast and well-directed operas to come.”
– Opera Canada on Don Pasquale (2013)

“Run and buy tickets if you’d like an evening of delight.”
– Review Vancouver on La serva padrona (2013)

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