The wedding starts at noon. The uprising starts now.
Something old, something new, something borrowed and something… threatening to throw Figaro’s wedding plans into disarray. Count Almaviva's wandering eye has landed on his wife's maid Susanna, who's about to marry his own manservant Figaro. Racing against the clock, Figaro quickly concocts a plan to outwit his master. Will the wily duo outwit the Count in time to save the day?
Mozart's greatest comedy sparkles with disguises, wit, trickery and humanity, all under the masterful baton of Music Director James Conlon. We're taking the magic even further with an enchanting new production directed by acclaimed filmmaker James Gray, with costumes designed by celebrated fashion designer Christian Lacroix. (Yes, that's a shameless name drop.)
A brilliant cast of company favorites brings the leading couples to life: Craig Colclough and Janai Brugger as the ever-resourceful Figaro and Susanna, with Lucas Meachem and Ana María Martínez as the Count and Countess. Rihab Chaieb makes her company debut as Cherubino, the lovable scamp who always shows up in the middle of all the schemes—at the absolutely worst time.
Tickets are almost sold out! Limited seats available for Feb. 26. Check back daily for returns or call the Box Office at 213.972.8001, Monday to Sunday, 10am to 6pm.
Thursday, February 23rd Happy Hour Pre-Show Event Has Been Cancelled.
Please note that due to rain, the pre-performance event with live music from KCRW DJ Jeremy Sole and Happy Hour on the plaza has regrettably been cancelled.
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One hour before each performance begins, join Music Director James Conlon for a pre-show talk about The Marriage of Figaro in Stern Grand Hall, on the second floor of the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion. Admission is complimentary with your ticket.
"This all-new Marriage of Figaro is as distinguished as one could hope to see anywhere – admirably sung, delightful to look at, executed with dedication and in detail, natural and unaffected in its flow"
Listed to the famous overture from The Marriage of Figaro below:
Read the synopsis
Sung in Italian with English subtitles.
Running time: approximately three hours and 45 minutes, including one intermission
Audio Description will be available for the Sunday, February 19, performance.
Click here to read Music Director James Conlon's essay on The Marriage of Figaro.
New co-production of LA Opera with Théâtre des Champs-Elysées, Opéra National de Lorraine, Les Théâtres de la Ville de Luxembourg and Opéra de Lausanne
Production made possible by generous support from
GRoW @ Annenberg
The Carol and Warner Henry Production Fund for Mozart Operas
Nanette and Keith Leonard
Lauren B. Leichtman & Arthur E. Levine Family Foundation
Ariane and Lionel Sauvage
Emanuel Treitel Senior Citizen Fund
With special appreciation to
Gregory and Régina Annenberg Weingarten
Ana María Martínez’s appearance made possible by generous support from
The Eva and Marc Stern Principal Artists Fund
Rihab Chaieb’s appearance is generously underwritten by a gift from
The Piera Barbaglia Shaheen Next Generation Artist Award
A Classical KUSC Partner Show