801 Chase St
Annapolis, MD 21401
Sunday, October 28, 2018 at 3 PM
Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts, Room 308
Reservations required – only 85 seats available!| Click here to reserve your seats.
Gioachino Rossini’s Figaro may be one of the most famous characters in opera, yet this wily Spanish barber of Seville comes from the imagination of the French playwright Pierre-Augustin de Beaumarchais an equally fascinating character. Who is this Figaro, and what about the man who invented this endlessly resourceful, scheming barber? How does a story that follows an outrageously farcical plot manage to convey such a subversive and controversial message? What are we to make of Figaro, Rosina, Bartolo and Count Almaviva?