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Rigoletto

Jan. 11 - 25, 2014

Overview

By Giuseppe Verdi

Hugely popular ever since its Venice premiere, Verdi’s tense and brutal tale of a deformed court jester caught in a web of corruption, lechery, and revenge runs the full emotional gamut in true operatic fashion. The iconic melodrama boasts an action-packed plot, memorably complex characters, and a hit parade of brilliant music.


In Italian with English subtitles | at McCaw Hall
Approximate Running Time: 3 hours, with 2 intermissions

Audio described performance for visually impaired patrons available on Sunday, January 12. Description begins 10 minutes prior to the beginning of the matinee. 

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Synopsis

Long Story Short

Playboy duke seduces and abandons pretty virgin. When her hunchbacked father, the duke's jester, tries to be avenged, it backfires horribly.

Who's Who?

The Duke of Mantua is an attractive young nobleman who spends his leisure time seducing every woman he sees. 
Rigoletto, the Duke's court jester, is a nasty, miserable old hunchback. 
Gilda, Rigoletto's daughter, is innocent, virginal, and far too good for this wicked world. 
Giovanna is the unreliable duenna Rigoletto has hired to keep an eye on Gilda.
Count Ceprano is one of the Duke's courtiers. All the courtiers loathe Rigoletto, but Ceprano more so than most. 
Countess Ceprano, his wife, is quite the beauty. 
Count Monterone is an old nobleman whose daughter has been ruined by the Duke.
Sparafucile is a hired assassin who runs a seedy inn on the outskirts of town. 
Maddalena is Sparafucile's attractive sister. She dances in the streets in order to lure men to Sparafucile's tavern, where he kills them and dumps their bodies in the river.

Where and When?

In Mantua, a city in northern Italy. Seattle Opera's 2014 production is set in the 1930s.

What's Going On?

That irrepressible bad boy, the Duke of Mantua, is at it again. He's just had his way with the beautiful daughter of Count Monterone, and next on his list is a pretty girl he's seen in church. But at one of his many parties, his eye is caught by the lovely Countess Ceprano, wife of another courtier. Rigoletto, the wicked jester who encourages the Duke's licentious ways, suggests the Duke kidnap Ceprano's lovely wife and throw the husband in prison, banish him, or behead him. Ceprano and the other courtiers vow revenge on Rigoletto, who, they learn, keeps a mistress himself: a beauty hidden away in a remote house. But Rigoletto laughs them off: as the Duke's favorite, he is untouchable.

Into the middle of their bacchanal bursts Count Monterone, who tells the Duke he will be avenged for his daughter's honor. When Rigoletto ridicules him, the old man curses both the Duke and his vicious jester. The Duke's bodyguards drag Monterone off to prison while Rigoletto cringes in terror of the curse.

Rigoletto's career (if you can call it that) is all about inciting the Duke to sleep with every woman he sees. His home life, on the other hand, is all about preventing his beloved daughter, Gilda, from sleeping with anyone. Gilda is the one ray of light in Rigoletto's terrible life, and he keeps her a virtual prisoner in the house. She is only allowed outside to go to church, and doesn't even know her father's name or what he does. 

Her naiveté makes her easy prey for the Duke, who comes calling one night while Rigoletto is away. Gilda recognizes the handsome young man who goes to her church; he tells her he is a poor student named Gualtier Maldé and wins a declaration of love from her lips. Later that night, she is musing over his name when the courtiers appear on the street below her balcony, wearing masks. They have come to abduct Rigoletto's "mistress." Rigoletto shows up, and they tell him they are planning to abduct Countess Ceprano as a surprise for the Duke. Rigoletto wants to help, so they give him a mask; but it's really a blindfold, and Rigoletto doesn't see that he is in fact helping them abduct his own daughter until it's too late. 

The next day, the Duke is lamenting Gilda's sudden disappearance when his courtiers tell him, "We've got her downstairs." He immediately dashes off to have his way with her. It doesn't take Rigoletto long to figure out what is going on: but the courtiers, astonished (and pleased) to find out that she is really the jester's daughter, gang up and prevent him from helping her. Soon enough she emerges from the Duke's room, a virgin no longer. 

Rigoletto vows he himself will bring about Monterone's vengeful curse on the Duke. He hires Sparafucile to kill him, and before long the Duke (this time disguised as a soldier) is wooing Sparafucile's sister Maddalena with great success. Rigoletto takes Gilda, who still loves the Duke, to Sparafucile's inn so she can see him seducing another woman. It breaks her heart, but still she loves him. Gilda cannot stay away, and when she figures out what Sparafucile means to do, she finds a terrible way to defy her father and rescue her beloved—and fulfills old Monterone's curse.

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Cast

Marco Vratogna

Rigoletto

At Seattle Opera in 2013/14: Rigoletto, Rigoletto

Hometown: La Spezia, Italy
Seattle Opera Debut: Ezio, Attila (’12)
Recently: Amonasro, Aida (Teatro San Carlo); Rigoletto, Rigoletto (New National Theatre, Tokyo); Ezio, Attila (Teatro alla Scala)
Upcoming: Scarpia, Tosca (Teatro Regio); Jack Rance, La fanciulla del West (Oper Frankfurt); Iago, Otello (Opera Australia, Sydney)


Last Updated: January 2014

Marco Vratogna

Rigoletto

Jan 11, 12, 15, 18, 22, 24, & 25

Hyung Yun

Rigoletto

At Seattle Opera in 2013/14: Rigoletto, Rigoletto

Hometown: Seoul, South Korea
Seattle Opera Debut
Recently: Ping, Turandot (San Francisco Opera); Enrico, Lucia di Lammermoor (Minnesota Opera); Valentin, Faust (Austin Lyric Opera)
Upcoming: Rigoletto, Rigoletto (Crested Butte Music Festival); Enrico, Lucia di Lammermoor (Opera Carolina and Toledo Opera)


Last Updated: January 2014

Hyung Yun

Rigoletto

Seattle Opera debut
January 12 & 24 only

Nadine Sierra

Gilda

At Seattle Opera in 2013/14: Gilda, Rigoletto

Hometown: West Palm Beach, FL
Seattle Opera Debut
Recently: Gilda, Rigoletto (Teatro di San Carlo, Naples); Papagena, Die Zauberflöte (San Francisco Opera); Pamina, Die Zauberflöte (Virginia Opera)
Upcoming: Gilda, Rigoletto (Boston Lyric Opera)



Last Updated: January 2014

Nadine Sierra

Gilda

Seattle Opera debut

Jennifer Zetlan

Gilda

At Seattle Opera in 2013/14: Woglinde/Forest Bird, Der Ring des Nibelungen and Gilda, Rigoletto

Hometown: Wilmington, DE
Seattle Opera Debut: The Flier, Amelia (’10)
Previously at Seattle Opera: Musetta, La bohème (’13); Woglinde/Forest Bird, Der Ring des Nibelungen (’13)
Recently: Rebecca, Two Boys (Metropolitan Opera); Carmina Burana (National Chorale); arias from The Noblest Game (Seattle Symphony)
Upcoming: Stravinsky songs with orchestra (Chicago Symphony Orchestra); soloist, amass by Jocelyn Hagen, NY Premiere (Musica Sacra); Soloist, Golijov Songs and Beethoven Symphony No. 9 (Lexington Philharmonic)


Last Updated: January 2014

Jennifer Zetlan

Gilda

January 12 & 24 only

Francesco Demuro

Duke of Mantua

At Seattle Opera in 2012/13: Rodolfo, La bohème
At Seattle Opera in 2013/14: Duke of Mantua, Rigoletto

Hometown: Porto Torres, Italy
Seattle Opera Debut: Alfredo, La traviata (’09)
Previously at Seattle Opera: Roldolfo, La bohème (’13)
Recently: Ernesto, Don Pasquale (Teatro Filarmonico di Verona); Fenton, Falstaff (San Francisco Opera); Roméo, Roméo et Juliette (Arena di Verona)
Upcoming: Alfredo, La traviata (Royal Opera Covent Garden); Alfredo, La traviata (Opéra Bastille and Metropolitan Opera)

Last Updated: January 2014

Francesco Demuro

Duke of Mantua

Jan 11, 12, 15, 18, 22, 24, & 25

Andrea Silvestrelli

Sparafucile

At Seattle Opera in 2013/14: Fasolt/Hunding, Der Ring des Nibelungen and Sparafucile, Rigoletto

Hometown: Ancona, Italy
Seattle Opera Debut: Fasolt/Hunding, Der Ring des Nibelungen (’09)
Previously at Seattle Opera:  Fasolt/Hunding, Der Ring des Nibelungen (’13)
Recently: Don Basilio, Il barbiere di Siviglia (San Francisco Opera); Colline, La bohème, and Sparafucile, Rigoletto (Lyric Opera of Chicago)
Upcoming: Fafner, Das Rheingold (Houston Grand Opera)



Last Updated: January 2014

Andrea Silvestrelli

Sparafucile

Jan 11, 12, 15, 18, 22, 24, & 25

Sarah Larsen

Maddalena

At Seattle Opera in 2013/14: Maddalena, Rigoletto; The Secretary, The Consul
At Seattle Opera in 2014/15: The Composer, Ariadne auf Naxos


Hometown: Roseville, MN
Seattle Opera Young Artist 2011/12, 2012/13
Seattle Opera Debut: Mercédès, Carmen (’11)
Previously at Seattle Opera: 1st Touriere, Suor Angelica (’13); Tisbe, La Cenerentola (’13); Suzuki, Madama Butterfly (’12)
Recently: Stéphano, Roméo et Juliette (Des Moines Metro Opera); Neris, Medea (The Glimmerglass Festival); Sarelda, The Inspector (Wolf Trap Foundation)
Upcoming: Suzuki, Madama Butterfly (Tacoma Opera); Mercédès, Carmen (Santa Fe Opera); Soloist, Beethoven Symphony No. 9 (Seattle Symphony)

Sarah Larsen

Maddalena

Jan 11, 12, 15, 18, 22, 24, & 25

Donovan Singletary

Monterone

At Seattle Opera in 2013/14: Count Monterone, Rigoletto

Hometown: Crestview, FL 
Seattle Opera Debut: Jake, Porgy and Bess (’11) 
Previously at Seattle Opera: Zuniga, Carmen (’11)
Recently: Figaro, Le nozze di Figaro (Fort Worth Opera); Leporello, Don Giovanni (Kentucky Opera); Angelotti, Tosca (Metropolitan Opera)
Upcoming: Messiah (Lexington Philharmonic)


Last Updated: January 2014

Donovan Singletary

Monterone

Jan 11, 12, 15, 18, 22, 24, & 25

Doug Jones

Borsa

At Seattle Opera in 2013/14: Borsa, Rigoletto

Hometown: Independence, MO
Seattle Opera Debut: Shepherd/Sailor, Tristan und Isolde (’98)
Previously at Seattle Opera: Goro, Madama Butterfly (’12); Monostatos, Die Zauberflöte (’11); Dr. Caius, Falstaff (’10)
Recently: Pong, Turandot; Young Servant, Elektra (Royal Opera Covent Garden); Monostatos, Die Zauberflöte (Kansas City Lyric Opera)
Upcoming: Major Domo, Innkeeper, Der Rosenkavalier (National Symphony); Harlekin, Kaiser von Atlantis and Banquo, Macbeth (Chicago Opera Theater)


Last Updated: January 2014

Doug Jones

Borsa

Jan 11, 12, 15, 18, 22, 24, & 25

Carissa Castaldo

Countess Ceprano

At Seattle Opera in 2013/14: Countess Ceprano/Maid, Rigoletto

Hometown: Long Island, NY
Seattle Opera Debut: Kate Pinkerton, Madama Butterfly (’12)
Recently: Musetta, La bohème (Lyric Opera Northwest); Chorus, La fille du régiment, Fidelio, Turandot (Seattle Opera)

Last Updated: January 2014

Carissa Castaldo

Countess Ceprano

Jan 11, 12, 15, 18, 22, 24, & 25

Glenn Guhr

Count Ceprano

At Seattle Opera in 2013/14: Count Ceprano, Rigoletto

Hometown: Hillsboro, KS
Seattle Opera Debut
Seattle Opera Chorus Member since 2005
Recently: Ahab, Ahab, an oratorio based on Moby-Dick (Richard Peaslee Productions); Escamillo, Carmen (Vashon Opera); Sweeney Todd, Sweeney Todd (Lakewood Playhouse)
Upcoming: Chorus, Les contes d’Hoffmann (Seattle Opera)

Last updated:
January 2014

Glenn Guhr

Count Ceprano

Jan 11, 12, 15, 18, 22, 24, & 25

Barry Johnson

Marullo

At Seattle Opera in 2014/15: Sciarrone, Tosca and Lackey, Ariadne auf Naxos

Hometown: Douglas, AZ
Seattle Opera Debut: Marco, Gianni Schicchi (’90)
Previously at Seattle Opera: Marullo, Rigoletto (’14); Der Steuermann, Tristan und Isolde (’10); Antonio, Le nozze di Figaro (’09)
Recently: Sharpless, Madama Butterfly (Rogue Opera); Major General Stanley, The Pirates of Penzance (Tacoma Opera); Le Bailli, Werther (Vashon Opera)
Upcoming: Lackey, Ariadne auf Naxos (Seattle Opera)


Last Updated: October 2014

Barry Johnson

Marullo

Jan 11, 12, 15, 18, 22, 24, & 25

Emily Clubb

Giovanna

At Seattle Opera in 2013/14: Giovanna, Rigoletto

Hometown:  Missoula, MT
Seattle Opera Debut: Giovanna, Rigoletto (’04)
Seattle Opera Chorus Member since 1998
Previously at Seattle Opera: Garcias, Don Quichotte (’11); Annina, La traviata (’09); Fourth Maid, Elektra (’08) 
Recently: Juno, Orpheus in the Underworld (Tacoma Opera); Santuzza, Cavalleria rusticana (Montana Opera)

Last updated: January 2014

Emily Clubb

Giovanna

Jan 11, 12, 15, 18, 22, 24, & 25

Carissa Castaldo

Maid

At Seattle Opera in 2013/14: Countess Ceprano/Maid, Rigoletto

Hometown: Long Island, NY
Seattle Opera Debut: Kate Pinkerton, Madama Butterfly (’12)
Recently: Musetta, La bohème (Lyric Opera Northwest); Chorus, La fille du régiment, Fidelio, Turandot (Seattle Opera)

Last Updated: January 2014

Carissa Castaldo

Maid

Jan 11, 12, 15, 18, 22, 24, & 25

Michael Dunlap

Official

Michael Dunlap, a Seattle Opera chorister for the past seven years, has been seen in this season’s mainstage productions of Verdi’s Traviata, Trovatore, and Falstaff. His notable performances include Dr. Bartolo in Rossini’s Barber of Seville at Tacoma Opera and Colline in Puccini’s Bohème at Kitsap Opera and Vashon Opera.  Dunlap is currently visiting local schools with the group Northwest Opera in Schools, Etcetera (NOISE), as Ben in Menotti’s Telephone.

Place of Birth:  Pasadena, CA
First Year with Chorus:  2003
First performed with Seattle Opera in Beethoven’s Fidelio
Musical Training:  Studied with Mr. William Eddy
Favorite opera is Wagner’s Parsifal

Michael Dunlap

Official

Jan 11, 12, 15, 18, 22, 24, & 25

Cast

Creative Team

Riccardo Frizza

Conductor

At Seattle Opera in 2013/14: Rigoletto

Hometown: Brescia, Italy
Seattle Opera Debut: Aida (’08)
Previously at Seattle Opera: Falstaff (’10)
Recently: Tosca and Norma (Metropolitan Opera); Rigoletto (Arena di Verona); Oberto (Teatro alla Scala)
Upcoming: Die Zauberflöte (Semperoper Dresden); La Cenerentola (Bayerische Staatsoper); L'italiana in Algeri (Opéra Garnier, Paris)



Last Updated: January 2014

Riccardo Frizza

Conductor

Linda Brovsky

Stage Director

At Seattle Opera in 2013/14: Rigoletto

Hometown: New York, NY
Seattle Opera Debut: La fille du régiment (’90)
Previously at Seattle Opera: Don Quichotte (’11); I puritani (’08); Rigoletto (’04)
Recently: Le nozze di Figaro (IVAI-Tel Aviv); Rigoletto (Pittsburgh Opera and Cincinnati Opera), Die Zauberflöte (Apollo’s Fire Baroque Orchestra) 
Upcoming: Don Quichotte (Canadian Opera Company), La bohème (Lyric Opera of Kansas City)


Last Updated: December 2013

Linda Brovsky

Stage Director

Robert A. Dahlstrom

Set Designer

At Seattle Opera in 2014/15: Don Giovanni; Ariadne auf Naxos

Hometown: Billings, MT
Seattle Opera Debut: The Ballad of Baby Doe (’84)
Previously at Seattle Opera: Les contes d'Hoffmann (’14);Rigoletto (’14); Fidelio (’12)
Recently: Other Desert Cities and The Price (ACT Theatre)
Upcoming: Ariadne auf Naxos (Seattle Opera); Fidelio (Cincinnati Opera)


Last Updated: October 2014

Robert A. Dahlstrom

Set Designer

Marie Anne Chiment

Costume Designer

At Seattle Opera in 2013/14: Rigoletto

Hometown: Albuquerque, NM
Seattle Opera Debut: Rigoletto (’04)
Recently: Rameau’s La soirée (New York Baroque Dance Company/Concert Royal, Les Malins Plaisirs Festival); An Elegy for Ebenezer (Long Wharf Theatre); Madama Butterfly (Boston Lyric Opera)
Upcoming: Terpsichore and Pygmalion (New York Baroque Dance Company, Asian/American Tour); The Importance of Being Earnest (Mauckingbird Theatre Company); Oklahoma! (Temple Theatres)


Last Updated: January 2014

Marie Anne Chiment

Costume Designer

Thomas C. Hase

Lighting Designer

At Seattle Opera in 2013/14: Rigoletto

Hometown: Madison, WI
Seattle Opera Debut: Il barbiere di Siviglia (’99)
Previously at Seattle Opera: Il trovatore (’10); I puritani (’08); La bohème (’07)
Recently: Turandot (Theatre Erfurt Outdoor, Germany); The Aspern Papers (Dallas Opera); Giulio Cesare (Opera North, UK)
Upcoming: La bohème (Malmo Opera); 2014 Season (Cincinnati Opera); Don Carlos (Washington Opera)


Last Updated: January 2014

Thomas C. Hase

Lighting Designer

Nicola Bowie

Choreographer

At Seattle Opera in 2013/14: Rigoletto

Hometown: Staffordshire, England
Seattle Opera Debut: Rigoletto (’04)
Previously at Seattle Opera: Die Fledermaus (’05)
Recently: Falstaff (LA Opera); Die Fledermaus (Grand Théâtre de Genève); Faust (Santa Fe Opera)
Upcoming: Carmen (Santa Fe Opera); Director, HMS Pinafore (Virginia Opera); Director, I Capuleti e i Montecchi (McGill University, Montreal)

Last updated: December 2013

Nicola Bowie

Choreographer

Joyce Degenfelder

Hair and Makeup Designer

Hair and Makeup Designer (Los Angeles, CA)

Joyce Degenfelder’s association with Seattle Opera began in 1992 with The Ballad of Baby Doe. In 2003, Degenfelder made her Seattle Opera design debut with Parsifal, and ever since she has designed makeup and wigs for all of Seattle Opera’s productions. In addition to her work with Seattle Opera, she is also wig master for Seattle Repertory Theatre, Pacific Northwest Ballet, and ACT Theater. Her work has been seen around the country including Seattle Children’s Theatre, Intiman Theatre, Alaska Repertory Theatre, and Milwaukee Repertory Theatre.

Last Updated: June 2015

Joyce Degenfelder

Hair and Makeup Designer

Jonathan Dean

English Captions

Hometown: Okemos, MI
Seattle Opera Debut: Le nozze di Figaro ('97)
Previously at Seattle Opera: English Captions Titlist (from Carmen '95 to Carmen '04); pre-performance lecturer (from Lohengrin '04 through Amelia '09); creator of the children’s operas Theft of the Gold and Siegfried and the Ring of Fire
Currently at Seattle Opera: Director of Public Programs and Media; writes English Captions for most productions in Italian, French, German, and English; author of Spotlight Guides, which provide subscribers with background and historical information about each upcoming opera

Jonathan Dean

English Captions

Creative Team

Orchestra, Chorus, & Additional Artists

Orchestra

Violin I
Alex Velinzon, Concertmaster
John Weller, Assistant Principal
Simon James
Mariel Bailey
Cecelia Poellein Buss
Eugene Bazhanov
Timothy Garland
Leonid Keylin
Cordula Merks
Jeannie Wells Yablonsky

Violin II
Michael Miropolsky, Principal
Kathleen Boyer, Assistant Principal
Evan Anderson
Linda Cole
Sande Gillette
Artur Girsky
Mae Lin
Andrew Yeung

Viola
Arie Schachter, Principal
Tim Hale, Assistant Principal
Vincent Comer
Wesley Dyring
Scott Ligocki
Rachel Swerdlow

Cello
Terri Benshoof, Principal
Bruce Bailey
Walter Gray
Rowena Hammill
Chuck Jacot
Rajan Krishnaswami

Double Bass
Joseph Kaufman, Principal
Travis Gore, Assistant Principal
Todd Larsen
Matt McGrath

Flute
Christie Reside, Principal
Wendy Wilhelmi

Piccolo
Wendy Wilhelmi

Oboe
Ben Hausmann, Principal
Stefan Farkas

English Horn
Stefan Farkas, Principal

Clarinet
Christopher Sereque, Principal
Laura DeLuca

Bassoon
Paul Rafanelli, Principal
Michael Gamburg

French Horn
Jeff Fair, Principal
Richard Reed
Danielle Kuhlmann
Susan Carroll

Trumpet
David Gordon, Principal
Toby Penk

Trombone
Ko-ichiro Yamamoto, Principal
David Ritt
Steve Fissel

Cimbasso
Christopher Olka, Principal

Timpani
Michael Crusoe, Principal

Percussion
Michael Clark, Principal
Ron Johnson

Personnel Manager
Scott Wilson

Assistant Personnel
ManagerKeith Higgins

Rotating member of the string section are listed alphabetically.
The Orchestra is composed of members of the Seattle Symphony Orchestra.

 

Off Stage Banda

Flute
Judith Kriewall, Principal

Piccolo
Dombourian-Eby

Oboe
Winnie Chengwen Lai, Principal

Clarinet
Larey McDaniel, Principal
Kevin Morton

Horn
Rodger Burnett, Principal
Ryan Steward

Trumpet
Tony DiLorenzo, Principal

Trombone
Carson Keeble, Principal
Keith Winkle

Bass Trombone
Doug Nierman

Tuba
Jonathan Hill, Principal

Percussion
Ron Johnson, Principal

Chorus

Tenor
Nathan Barnes
Jon Farmer
Gabriel Gargari
Tim Janecke
Jeffrey Jordan
Dustin Kaspar
Tony Kibbie
Bob Leavens
Karl Marx Reyes
Matthew Richardson
George Scott
Stephen Wall

Bass/Baritone
Dan Aarthun
Ryan Bede
Michael Dudley
Michael Dunlap
Stephen Fish
Craig Grayson
Tom Hingson
Woong Kim
Gregory Lewis
Dierre Lopez
Misha Myznikov
Brett Youngquist

 

Dancers

Roxanne Foster, Dance Captain
Kate Chamberlin
Fawn Ledesma
Amber Mayberry
Larissa Schmitz

Supernumeraries

Diane Abbey
Kirsten Congdon
Elizabeth Dittmer
Lily Garfield
Rosetta Greek
David Hsieh
Becky Jarboe
Cathleen Macellari
Laura McFarlane
Shana Moffatt
Lauren Ruhl
Kenadi Silcox
Kevin Swantek
Olivia Taguinod
Bridget Wilson

 

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