Figaro's Marriage

by: Pierre Beaumarchais
Adapted and Directed by: Jeffrey Bleam
Scenic and Costume design: Jeffrey Bleam
Lighting design: David R. Borron

November 13 – 18
Performing Arts Center – Center Stage

The play which inspired Mozart's famous opera and planted the seeds for the French Revolution, Figaro's Marriage is a biting satire on class, gender, and sexual politics. Negotiating a web of neglected wives, drunken gardeners, and scheming spinsters, the wily Figaro enacts a series of ploys and masquerades to save his fiance from the lecherous Count Almaviva. Featuring outlandish fashions, rolling furniture, and a "Techno-Baroque" soundscape, our production offers a strangely current vision of a society spinning out of control.

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Figaro - Ben Anderson
Suzanne - Krista Larson
Marceline - Laura Walus
Bartholo - Matt Amdahl
Cherubin - Chelsea Kammerud
Bazile - James Fairbairn
The Count d'Almaviva - Hector Chavarria
The Countess d'Almaviva - Andrea Olthoff
Antonio - Richard Petzoldt
Fanchette - Christina Vinkemeier
Judge/peasant - Ryan Kuczmarski
Clerk/peasant - Jarrod Wiggins
Shepherdess/peasant - Anna Rooney
Shepherdess/peasant - Kerrie Walters

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