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Closed December 13, 2020
Amid the comic touches and the larger than life characters at heart the work is essentially a moral fable: that simply by being kind and good, the poor, downtrodden servant girl really does get to marry the prince and live happily ever after.
Featuring mainstage classics Il Trovatore, Don Giovanni, and La Cenerentola, as well as groundbreaking company premieres like Missy Mizoli's modern classic Breaking Waves, the Los Angeles Opera's 2020/21 season invites audiences into the enchanting world of opera once more. The season cavorts on with Rossini's rollicking bel canto opera La Cenerentola, Stefan Herheim's fairytale production featuring conductor Roberto Abbado, Italian mezzo-soprano Serena Malfi and South African tenor Levy Sekgapane.
Cinderella is transported to Italy in the celebrated tragicomedy. Written in 1817, a year after the resounding success of The Barber Of Seville, the story follows the classic plot, interjected with stylized humor and buffoonery. Cinderella's step-mother is replaced by bumbling step-father Don Magnifico, who turns a blind eye to the torturous machinations of her cruel stepsisters Clorinda and Tisbe. Yet her happy ever after awaits in the form of a handsome prince...
Opening night: 21 November 2020
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