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Price $25-$75
Caught up in a world of political intrigue and corruption, Puccini’s fiery diva is trapped between her allegiance to her rebel lover and a treacherous police chief who will stop at nothing to possess her. The explosive conflict between these three unforgettable characters comes to a hair-raising conclusion in one of opera’s most popular, suspenseful, and unforgettable dramas.

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Tosca: Art and Love in the Crosshairs by Louisa Muller, Director
The Over-the-Top Realism of Tosca by William Berger

CASTin order of vocal appearance
Angelotti, Consul of the Roman Republic - Richard Ollarsaba
Sacristan - Anthony Schneider
Mario Cavaradossi, a painter - Mackenzie Gotcher
Floria Tosca, a celebrated singer - Alexandra Loutsion
Baron Scarpia, Chief of Police - Kihun Yoon
Spoletta, police agent - Nicholas Nestorak
Sciarrone, policeman - Geoffrey Hahn*
Shepherd - Megan Samarin
Jailer - Matthew Fleisher*
*Studio Artist

Conductor - Grant Gershon
Director - Louisa Muller
Scenic Designer - Erhard Rom

Costume Designer - David Woolard
Video & Projection Designer - S. Katy Tucker
Lighting Designer - Mark Stanley

MUSIC & PRODUCTION STAFF Musical Preparation - Jeremy Frank, Christopher Turbessi
Italian Coach - Nicolò Sbuelz
Assistant Director - Mo Zhou
Production Stage Manager - Jordan Braun

Pre-Performance Discussion

A Pre-Performance Discussion is offered this evening on the Old Farmhouse Lawn. These discussions offer insight and interpretation of the evening's performance. They begin 1 hour before the scheduled show time and end with plenty of time to reach your seat before the show starts.

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Wolf Trap's Young at Arts initiative invites families and caregivers to introduce children (17 and under) to the arts by offering one free accompanying youth ticket for each adult ticket purchased for select performances.