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L'italiana in Algeri 

by Gioachino Rossini


Photos: Dahlia Katz

Stage Director: Anna Theodosakis                         

Music Director: Natasha Fransblow

Costume Designer: Anna Theodosakis

Lighting Designer: Wesley McKenzie

Set Designer: James Bolton

Puppets: Keshia Palm

"Theodosakis opts for charm in her production, and she maintains high stakes for the characters without letting the show as a whole take itself too seriously." - Jenna Simneov, Schmopera

"Tonight I saw a production with style & wit whose chief ambition was to make us laugh: and it succeeded admirably because it was unafraid of sometimes being totally silly.

I felt the greatest possible surrender to that impulse in this production, a fearless embrace of the wacky and the whimsical...Director Anna Theodosakis took this to the next level... it was executed with complete abandon and commitment." - Leslie Barcza, barczablog

"Anna Theodosakis chooses to set the work circa 1920s with an aesthetic that’s a mix of silent movie and stage’s well timed, a must for comedy, and briskly paced." - John Gilks, Opera Ramblings

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