The Barber of Seville

Performed December 30 and 31, 2017, Silva Concert Hall, Hult Center for the Performing Arts

“Eugene Opera enjoyed a triumphant return from its yearlong hiatus on Saturday afternoon with Gioachino Rossini’s The Barber of Seville. The performance highlighted the best of what Eugene Opera has to offer: great fun, crowd-pleasing music and an exciting mixture of local and national talent.”
—Alison Kaufman, The Register-Guard, January 2, 2018

Heather Johnson (Rosina); Malcolm MacKenzie (Figaro); Javier Abreu (Almaviva)
Heather Johnson (Rosina); Malcolm MacKenzie (Figaro); Javier Abreu (Almaviva)
Craig Phillips (Don Basilio); Jake Gardner (Dr. Bartolo)
Craig Phillips (Don Basilio); Jake Gardner (Dr. Bartolo)
Victoria McCoy (Berta)
Victoria McCoy (Berta)


(In order of vocal appearance)

Fiorello — Bill Hulings
Almaviva — Javier Abreu (d)
Figaro — Malcolm MacKenzie
Rosina — Heather Johnson (d)
Dr. Bartolo — Jake Gardner
Don Basilio — Craig Phillips (d)
Berta — Victoria McCoy (d)
Sergeant — Timothy McCoy
Ambrogio — Charles Hammonds

(d): Eugene Opera debut

Eugene Opera Chorus
Eugene Opera Orchestra

Conductor: Andrew Bisantz
Chorus Master: Greg Sojka
Assistant Conductor: Gustavo Castro

Musical Preparation and Supertitles Operator: Sandy Holder

Director: David Lefkowich
Lighting Designer: James McConkey
Technical Director: Alex Fontain
Assistant Director: Scott Carroll
Costume Coordinator: Claudia Cooper
Properties Coordinator: Caroline Barnes
Wig and Makeup Coordinator: Kellen Eason
Costume Assistant: Delta Starchild
Stage Manager: Jon Wangsgrad
Assistant Stage Manager: Greg Hopper-Moore

Costumes originally created by Jennifer Caprio for Mill City Summer Opera.

Music by Gioachino Rossini

Libretto by Cesare Sterbini after Beaumarchais

Premiered 20 February 1816 at the Teatro Argentina in Rome