Figaro$15 - $18
by Charles Morey
Freely adapted from Beaumarchais’ “Le Mariage de Figaro”
A delightful comedy about a scheming servant, a lecherous Count and the smart women in their lives.
He’s getting married in the morning, and the ambitious Figaro (servant, barber, professional mischief-maker) couldn’t be happier. But with everybody scheming to come between him and his bride, Figaro will need all his cunning to make it down the aisle.
This adaptation of the popular comic tale of love and deceit among the rich and their servants was first written in 18th-century France, by Pierre-Augustin Caron de Beaumarchais. A writer of satirical comedies, Beaumarchais is often known for the operatic adaptations of his The Barber of Seville and The Marriage of Figaro by Rossini and Mozart respectively.
Simon Corvan & Kathleen Yorston
Figaro … Jason Sharland
Suzanne … Liana Hanson
Count Almaviva … Brayden Argent
Countess Almaviva … Rhiannon Said
Doctor Bartholo … John Balchin
Marceline … Marion Jones
Fanchette … Cerys Gandhi
Cherubin/Doublemain … Daniel Coster
Bazile/Antonio/Bridoison … David Adams