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2017/18

Season

Don Giovanni

W.A. Mozart

November

Onstage 2017

MacMillan Theatre

Thursday

Nov 23

7:30 pm

Friday

Nov 24

7:30 pm

Saturday

Nov 25

7:30 pm

Sunday

Nov 26

2:30 pm

Roles:

Don Giovanni: Andrew Adridge / Daniel Thielmann
Donna Anna: Alyssa Durnie / Leanne Kaufman
Leporello: Joel Allison / Brenden Friesen
Donna Elvira: Rebecca Gray / Jamie Groote

Don Ottavio: Matthew Cairns / Joshua Clemenger
Masetto: Alex Halliday
Zerlina: Sarah Amelard / Georgia Burashko
Il Commendatore: Joel Allison / Brenden Friesen

Artistic Team:

Conductor: Uri Mayer
Stage Director: Marilyn Gronsdal
Choreographer: Anna Theodosakis

Set Design: Melanie McNeil
Costume Design: Lisa Magill
Lighting Design: Siobhàn Sleath

Vengeance

Student Composer Project

January

Onstage 2018

MacMillan Theatre

Sunday

Jan 21

2:30 pm

Roles:

Claire Zachanassian, the wealthiest woman in the world: Leanne Kaufman
Bobby, her lawyer: Andrew Adridge
Anton Schill, Claire’s former lover: Joel Allison
Matilde, his wife: Rebecca Gray
The Mayor: Joshua Clemenger
The Chief of Police: Brenden Friesen
The School Mistress: Simona Genga
A parish priest: Daniel Thielmann

Helga Köhler, worker from the textile factory: Tatiana Stanishich
Jolana Baumann, worker from the textile factory: Jamie Groote
Anna Fischer, worker from the textile factory: Emma Bergin
Mrs. Varga, middle-aged citizen of Güllen: Emma Greve
Mrs. Krier, middle-aged citizen of Güllen: Sarah Amelard
Claudia Koppel, one of a young couple, citizens of Güllen: Georgia Burashko
Serge Koppel, one of a young couple, citizens of Güllen: Alex Halliday
Elena, chambermaid in the local hotel: Alyssa Durnie
A train conductor: Matthew Cairns

Artistic Team: 

Director: Michael Patrick Albano
Conductor: Sandra Horst

Lighting: Bob Dunkin
Costumes: Lisa Magill

Of Thee I Sing

George Gershwin

March

Onstage 2018

MacMillan Theatre

Thursday

March 15

7:30 pm

Friday

March 16

7:30 pm

Saturday

March 17

7:30 pm

Sunday

March 18

2:30 pm

Roles:

Rhoda, a radio personality: Leanne Kaufman
Matthew Arnold Fulton: Jacob Feldman
Francis X Gilhooley: Matthew Snowdon / Korin Thomas-Smith
Throttlebottom: Alex Halliday / Daniel Thielmann
A hotel chambermaid: Heidi Duncan / Caroline Stanczyk
John P Wintergreen: Matthew Cairns / Joshua Clemenger
Mary Turner: Emma Bergin / Simona Genga
Diana Devereaux: Emma Greve / Tatiana Stanishich
Sam Jenkins: Andrew Adridge / Brenden Friesen
Emily Benson: Rebecca Gray / Jamie Groote
The French Ambassador: Joel Allison
Martha, White House intern: Alyssa Durnie
Abigail, White House intern: Georgia Burashko
Dolly, White House intern: Sarah Amelard

The Chief Justice of the Supreme Court: Alexander Bowie
Tour guide: Cristina Lanz / Georgia Perdikoulias
Madison Square Gardens Referee: Elias Theocharidis
Vladimir Vidovitch, a boxer: Jacob Abrahamse
Youssef Yussevitch, a boxer: Nicholas Higgs
French Soldiers: Matthew Li, Lutzen Riedstra, James Sandau

Citizens, Reporters, Pageant contestants, Supreme court judges, White House staff: Jacob Abrahamse, Alexander Bowie, Alexandra Brennan, Saige Carlson, Hala Chergui, Heidi Duncan, Jacob Feldman, Loren Graziano, Alexandra Hetherington, Nicholas Higgs, Cristina Lanz, Matthew Li, Georgia Perdikoulias, Lutzen Riedstra, James Sandau, Matthew Snowdon, Korin Thomas-Smith, Caroline Stanczyk, Elias Theocharidis, Charis Wong

Artistic Team:

Stage Director: Michael Albano
Conductor: Sandra Horst

Set: Anna Treusch
Lighting: Paul Major
Costumes: Lisa Magill

From the 19th Century

Featuring all 19 UofT Opera singers and pianists. Costumed and staged scenes from the 19th century operatic repertoire. From Donizetti to Delibes, Verdi to Wagner, join us for this exciting, one-time performance as we highlight opera’s golden age.

April

Onstage 2018

Walter Hall

Tuesday

April 3

5:00 pm