Posts Tagged: Figaro

WTOC 1981: The Marriage of Figaro

The 1981 season was a bit more conservative than the previous summer’s offerings. The Filene Center was host to two performances of Figaro, in a production rented from New York City Opera. Donald Gramm returned to the Company as a director, and Richard Woitach (who was to become instrumental in my own path to WTOC)

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WTC 1972: The Marriage of Figaro

Guest artists Phyllis Curtin, Norman Treigle and John Fiorito led a Figaro cast that included Wolf Trap Company young artists in supporting roles for two performances in September 1972. It was the beginning of a long and wonderful relationship with Figaro – the first of nine productions during the Company’s first 40 years. (Figaro is

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