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The Tales of Hoffmann

May 3 - 17, 2014

Overview

By Jaques Offenbach

One of the most talked-about productions in Seattle Opera history returns to McCaw Hall for a glorious season finale. An endlessly inventive poet regales his drinking buddies with stories of romancing three fantastic women. A trio of colorful villains foils our hero at every turn. Three fabulous shows in one, Offenbach’s sumptuous collage of whimsy, creativity, heartbreak, and artistic salvation enchants and delights with luminous music and compelling theater. Not to be missed.


In French with English subtitles | at McCaw Hall
Approximate Running Time: 3 hours, 30 minutes, with 2 intermissions

Audio described performance for visually impaired patrons available on Sunday, May 4. Description begins 10 minutes prior to the beginning of the matinee.

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Synopsis

Long Story Short

Eccentric writer tells the stories of his three great failed romances while screwing up the fourth. But at least he has his art.

Who's Who?

Five characters appear in each tale: 

Hoffmann is the great German writer who, in this opera, likes to sing in French. 
Nicklausse is a teenage boy who follows Hoffmann everywhere. The mezzo-soprano who plays him also plays the Muse, the goddess of art and Hoffmann's guardian angel. 
The Enemy, also known as Councilor Lindorf, Coppélius, Dr. Miracle, andDappertutto, is a shape-shifting demon with frightening magical powers, always out to destroy Hoffmann. 
The Woman also takes on various forms; she is Olympia, a pretty doll; Antonia, a sickly young woman of great talent and promise; Giulietta, a high-class courtesan; and Stella, a star performer with a voice of gold. 
The Servant always has some defect: he is Andrès, an imbecile; Cochenille, a broken robot; Franz, who cannot hear; and Pitichinaccio, who is deformed. 

The Other Characters Include:

Nathanaël and Hermann, students and friends of Hoffmann and Nicklausse. 
Spalanzani, a mad scientist interested in creating artificial intelligence. 
Councilor Crespel, Antonia's father, a violin-maker. 
The Portrait of Antonia's Dead Mother, which can come to life and sing. 
Peter Schlemil, Giulietta's most recent lover.

When?

E. T. A. Hoffmann was born in 1776 and died in 1822. The action presumably occurs when he's a young man, at the beginning of the nineteenth century.

What's Going On?

PROLOGUE. The great writer, Hoffmann, stumbles into a bar for a drink during an intermission of Don Giovanni, which is playing nearby in a production starring La Stella, the current mistress of his heart. His friends, a rowdy gang of students, encourage him to entertain them with the stories of his previous love affairs. The three acts of the opera thus take place as flashbacks...

OLYMPIA. When Hoffmann was a young man, he toyed with the idea of giving up poetry and becoming a scientist. Accordingly, he apprenticed himself to Spalanzani, a famous inventor who had recently finished creating a very life-like robotic doll. Spalanzani introduced the doll to Hoffmann as his daughter, Olympia; and Hoffmann, seeing the doll through rose-tinted glasses sold to him by Spalanzani's business associate Coppélius, fell in love with her. At Olympia's debutante ball, Hoffmann amused all of Spalanzani's guests by failing to notice that he had fallen in love with a robot. 

Meanwhile, Coppélius, who had manufactured Olympia's eyes, discovered that Spalanzani had cheated him. The inventor paid his supplier with a check from the banking house of Elias, and when Coppélius discovered that Elias had gone bankrupt, he crashed the party and ripped Olympia into pieces. Hoffmann was devastated to find that a) his beloved was dead, b) she was never alive, and c) everyone was laughing at him.

ANTONIA. Some years later, Hoffmann was found romancing Antonia, a girl from a musical family: her father, Crespel, was a violin-maker and her mother a great soprano who died of a strange disease that made singing lethal for her. Crespel kept Antonia healthy by locking her away in his middle-class house, away from admirers like the poet Hoffmann, who might encourage her to sing, and away from the wicked Dr. Miracle, the quack whose tinctures and potions only hastened his wife's untimely demise. But Hoffmann and Miracle found their way to Antonia nevertheless. When Hoffmann finally understood Antonia's predicament, he offered to marry her and set up an orderly household, like that of her father. But Miracle told Antonia she would be a fool to deny the world her beautiful voice, to silence herself for the sake of bourgeois respectability. The portrait of Antonia's dead mother came to life and implored her daughter to sing. The girl did, and it killed her. Her wretched father made a stab at Hoffmann, whom he blamed for his daughter's death; but Hoffmann's teenage amanuensis Nicklausse saved his life, and the devastated poet escaped.

GIULIETTA. Some time later, Hoffmann and Nicklausse turned up in Venice, gambling and whoring in that infamous cesspool of vice. Hoffmann fell for a beautiful courtesan named Giulietta, who was in the business of selling her favors in exchange for men's souls. She had just handed over the shadow of Peter Schlemil to Dapertutto, who kept her well-supplied with the jewelry she so craved. Dapertutto encouraged her to go after Hoffmann next. She made Hoffmann think she was falling in love with him and begged him to give her his reflection as a memento of him. No sooner had he agreed than Hoffmann found he couldn't see himself if he looked in a mirror. Hoffmann killed Schlemil in a duel, to get him out of the way, only to watch Giulietta run off with another admirer, the deformed midget Pitichinaccio. Hoffmann managed to escape with Nicklausse, but Dapertutto kept his soul. 

EPILOGUE. Hoffmann has been telling stories through the entire second act of Stella's performance, and when she comes by the tavern, she finds him a bitter, self-pitying, drunken mess. She leaves on the arm of Councilor Lindorf, who bears an uncanny resemblance, in voice and appearance, to Coppélius, Miracle, and Dapertutto. But still faithful to Hoffmann is Nicklausse, who turns out to be the Muse of Poetry. Women may fail Hoffmann, but art will never desert him.

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Cast

William Burden

Hoffman

At Seattle Opera in 2013/14: Hoffmann, Les contes d'Hoffmann

Hometown: Rahway, NJ
Seattle Opera Debut: Gerald, Lakmé (’00)
Previously at Seattle Opera: Orphée, Orphée et Eurydice (’12); Edgardo, Lucia di Lammermoor (’10); Dodge, Amelia (’10) 
Recently: Frank Harris, Oscar (Santa Fe Opera); Peter, The Gospel of Mary Magdalene (San Francisco Opera); King of Naples, The Tempest (Metropolitan Opera)
Upcoming: Don José, Carmen (Cincinnati Opera); Adolar, Weber’s Euryanthe (Bard Summerscape, New York); Flamand, Capriccio (Lyric Opera of Chicago) 

Last Updated: May 2014

William Burden

Hoffman

May 3, 4, 8, 10, 14, 16, & 17

Russell Thomas

Hoffman

At Seattle Opera in 2015/16: Ismaele, Nabucco
Previously at Seattle Opera: Hoffmann, The Tales of Hoffmann (’14); Foresto, Attila (’12)
Seattle Opera Young Artist: 2002/03

Hometown: Miami, FL
Recently: Manrico, Il trovatore (Cincinnati Opera); Faust, Faust (Detroit Opera House); Pollione, Norma (Palau de la Musica, Valencia)
Upcoming: Turiddu, Cavalleria rusticana (Deutsche Oper Berlin); Pollione, Norma (Los Angeles Opera); Stiffelio, Stiffelio (Oper Frankfurt)


Last updated: August 2015

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Russell Thomas

Hoffman

May 4 & 16

Nicolas Cavallier

The Villains

At Seattle Opera in 2014/15: Don Giovanni, Don Giovanni

Hometown: Nancy, France
Seattle Opera Debut: Figaro, Le nozze di Figaro (’09)
Previously at Seattle Opera: Don Quichotte, Don Quichotte (’11)
Previously at Seattle Opera: Don Quichotte, Don Quichotte (’11)
Recently: Orest, Elektra (Opera de Marseille); Frère Laurent, Roméo et Juliette (Teatro alla Scala); Baldassare, La favorite (Theatre des Champs-Elysées)
Upcoming: Marquis de la Force, Dialogues des Carmélites (Théâtre Royal de la Monnaie); Count Walter, Guillaume Tell (Opéra de Monte-Carlo); Arkel, Pelléas et Mélisande (Opéra National de Paris)

Last updated: October 2014

Nicolas Cavallier

The Villains

May 3, 4, 8, 10, 14, 16, & 17

Alfred Walker

The Villains

At Seattle Opera in 2015/16: The Dutchman, The Flying Dutchman
Seattle Opera Debut: Orest, Elektra (’08)
Previously at Seattle Opera: Lindorf/Coppélius/Dr. Miracle/Dapertutto, The Tales of Hoffmann (’14)

Hometown: New Orleans, LA
Recently: Amonasro, Aida (Utah Opera); The Dutchman, The Flying Dutchman (Les Théâtres de la Ville de Luxembourg and Théâtre de Caen)
Upcoming: The Dutchman, The Flying Dutchman (Oper Köln); Don Pizarro, Fidelio (Bel Canto at Caramoor); Méphistophélès, La Damnation de Faust (Teatro Municipal de Santiago)

Last updated: April 2016

Alfred Walker

The Villains

May 4 & 16

Kate Lindsey

The Muse/Nicklausse

At Seattle Opera in 2013/14: The Muse/Nicklausse, Les contes d'Hoffmann
At Seattle Opera in 2014/15: The Composer, Ariadne auf Naxos

Hometown: Richmond, VA
Seattle Opera Debut: Amelia, Amelia (’10)
Previously at Seattle Opera: Rosina, The Barber of Seville (’11)
Recently: Nicklausse/Muse, Les contes d’Hoffmann; (Bayerische Staatsoper), Composer, Ariadne auf Naxos (Glyndebourne); Cenerentola, La Cenerentola (LA Opera) 
Upcoming: Rosina, Il barbiere di Siviglia (Bayerische Staatsoper); Sesto, La clemenza di Tito (Théâtre des Champs-Élysées); Nicklausse/Muse, Les contes d’Hoffmann (Metropolitan Opera)

Last Updated: May 2014

Kate Lindsey

The Muse/Nicklausse

May 3, 4, 8, 10, 14, 16, & 17

Norah Amsellem

The Heroines

At Seattle Opera in 2012/13: Musetta, La bohème
At Seattle Opera in 2013/14: The Women, Les contes d'Hoffmann

Hometown: Paris, France
Seattle Opera Debut: Gilda, Rigoletto (’04)
Previously at Seattle Opera: Musetta, La bohème (’13); Micaëla, Carmen (’11); Elvira, I puritani (’08)
Recently: Antonia, Les contes d’Hoffmann (Beijing Opera); Gilda, Rigoletto (Lyric Opera Baltimore); Amelia, Amelia al Ballo (Opéra de Monte-Carlo) 
Upcoming: Micaëla, Carmen (Deutsche Oper Berlin); Liù, Turandot (Cinncinnati Opera); Olympia, Antonia, Giulietta, Les contes d’Hoffmann in concert (Château de Versailles) 

Last Updated: May 2014

Norah Amsellem

The Heroines

May 3, 4, 8, 10, 14, 16, & 17

Leah Partridge

The Heroines

At Seattle Opera in 2013/14: Olympia/Antonia/Giulietta/Stella, Les contes d'Hoffmann

Hometown: Woodstock, Georgia
Seattle Opera Debut
Recently: Micaëla, Carmen (Opera Omaha); Musetta, La bohème (Opera Company of Philadelphia), Leïla, Les pêcheurs de perles (Pittsburgh Opera)
Upcoming: Susannah, Susannah (Ash Lawn Opera Festival); Musetta, La bohème (Washington National Opera)

Last Updated: May 2014

Leah Partridge

The Heroines

Seattle Opera debut
May 4 & 16

Keith Jameson

The Henchmen

At Seattle Opera in 2013/14: The Henchmen, Les contes d'Hoffmann

Hometown: Greenwood, SC
Seattle Opera Debut
Recently: Bardolfo, Falstaff (Metropolitan Opera); Novice, Billy Budd (LA Opera); Gastone, La traviata (Santa Fe Opera)
Upcoming: Bardolfo, Falstaff (Saito Kinen Festival, Japan); Monsieur Taupe, Capriccio (Lyric Opera of Chicago)

Last Updated: May 2014

Keith Jameson

The Henchmen

Seattle Opera debut

Arthur Woodley

Crespel

At Seattle Opera in 2015/16: Dr. Bartolo, The Marriage of Figaro

Bass (New York, NY)
Seattle Opera Debut: Dr. Bartolo, The Marriage of Figaro (’97)
Previously at Seattle Opera: Crespel, The Tales of Hoffmann (’14); Colline, La bohème (‘13); Alidoro, La Cenerentola (‘13)
Recently: Don Alfonso, Così fan tutte (Florida Grand Opera); Joe, Showboat and Father Trulove, The Rake’s Progress (Portland Opera)
Upcoming: Emile Griffith, Champion (Opera Parallèle); Dick Hallorann, The Shining (world premiere by P. Moravec at Arizona Opera)

Last Updated: January 2016

Arthur Woodley

Crespel

May 3, 4, 8, 10, 14, 16, & 17

Steven Cole

Spalanzani

At Seattle Opera in 2015/16: Don Basilio, The Marriage of Figaro

Tenor (Baltimore, MD)
Seattle Opera Debut: Goro, Madama Butterfly (’89)
Previously at Seattle Opera: Spalanzani, The Tales of Hoffmann (’14); Spoletta, Tosca (’08);Nick, La fanciulla del West (’04)
Recently: Don Buscone, Veremonda (Spoleto Festival USA); Abbé de Chazeuil, Adriana Lecouvreur (Opéra Nice)
Upcoming: Don Basilio, The Marriage of Figaro (Lyric Opera of Kansas); Creation/Creator (world premiere by Christopher Theofanidis at Atlanta Symphony); Recital (Kennedy Center)

Last Updated: January 2016

Steven Cole

Spalanzani

May 3, 4, 8, 10, 14, 16, & 17

Tichina Vaughn

Antonia's Mother

At Seattle Opera in 2013/14: Antonia’s Mother, Les contes d'Hoffmann

Seattle Opera Debut: Amneris, Aida (’92)
Previously at Seattle Opera: Eboli, Don Carlos (’93)
Recently: Azucena, Il trovatore (Sacramento Opera); Ice Queen, Schwanda the Bagpiper and The Witch, Hansel und Gretel (Dresden Staatsoper)
Upcoming: Herodias, Salome; Klytämnestra, Elektra; and Ursula, Feuersnot (Dresden Staatsoper)

Last Updated: May 2014

Tichina Vaughn

Antonia's Mother

May 3, 4, 8, 10, 14, 16, & 17

Stephen Fish

Schlémil

At Seattle Opera 2013/14: Corporal, La fille du regiment
Bass-Baritone
Hometown: Cedar Falls, IA
Seattle Opera Debut: Corporal, La fille du régiment (’13)
Recently: Zuniga, Carmen, and Montano, Otello (Sarasota Opera); Mandarin, Turandot (Lyric Opera of Kansas City)

Last updated: April 2014

Stephen Fish

Schlémil

May 3, 4, 8, 10, 14, 16, & 17

Jonathan Silvia

Schlémil

At Seattle Opera in 2016/17: Second Armored Man, The Magic Flute (’11)  
Seattle Opera Debut: First Villager, Pagliacci (’08)
Previously at Seattle Opera: High Priest of Baal, Nabucco (’15); Luther, The Tales of Hoffmann (’14); Imperial Commissioner, Madama Butterfly (’12)

Hometown: Kirkland, WA
Recently: Alidoro, La Cenerentola, and Ramfis, Aida (Skagit Opera); Leporello, Don Giovanni (Vashon Opera)
Upcoming: Oroveso, Norma (Skagit Opera); Enrico, Anna Bolena (Puget Sound Concert Opera)

Last updated: August 2015

Jonathan Silvia

Schlémil

May 3, 4, 8, 10, 14, 16, & 17

Misha (Michael) Myznikov

Hermann

At Seattle Opera in 2013/14: Hermann, Les contes d'Hoffmann

Birthplace: Russkie-Borisy, Azerbaijan
Seattle Opera Chorus member since 1993
Seattle Opera Debut: Guillot, Eugene Onegin (’02)
Recently: Emile, South Pacific (Lyric Light Opera); Yeletsky, Pique Dame (Concert Opera of Seattle); Silvio, Pagliacci (Northwest Lyric Opera)
Upcoming: Chorus, Seattle Opera 14/15 Season

Last updated: April 2014

Misha (Michael) Myznikov

Hermann

May 3, 4, 8, 10, 14, 16, & 17

Eric Neuville

Nathanaël

At Seattle Opera in 2016/17: A Nobleman, Count Ory; Gastone, La traviata; and First Priest, The Magic Flute

Hometown: Waupaca, WI
Seattle Opera Young Artist 2009/10, 2010/11
Seattle Opera Debut: Normanno, Lucia di Lammermoor (’10) 
Previously at Seattle Opera: Abdallo, Nabucco (’15); Scaramuccio, Ariadne auf Naxos (’15); Nathanaël, The Tales of Hoffmann (’14)
Recently: Laurie, Little Women (Madison Opera); Recital, The Poet Sings: Emily Dickinson (Conspirare Recital Series)
Upcoming: Gastone, La traviata, and First Priest, The Magic Flute (Seattle Opera); Young Thompson, Glory Denied (Nashville Opera)

Last updated: July 2016

Eric Neuville

Nathanaël

May 3, 4, 8, 10, 14, 16, & 17

Cast

Creative Team

Yves Abel

Conductor

At Seattle Opera in 2013/14: La fille du régiment; Les contes d'Hoffmann

Hometown: Toronto, Canada
Seattle Opera Debut: La Cenerentola (’96)
Previously at Seattle Opera: La fille du régiment ('13); Il trovatore (’10); The End of the Affair (’05)
Recently: I Capuleti e i Montecchi (Bayerische Staatsoper); Il barbiere di Siviglia (Metropolitan Opera); La fille du régiment (Royal Opera Covent Garden) 
Upcoming: Hansel und Gretel (Paris Opera); Les contes d'Hoffmann (Metropolitan Opera); La traviata (New National Theatre, Tokyo) 

Last Updated: April 2014

Yves Abel

Conductor

Chris Alexander

Stage Director

At Seattle Opera in 2016/17: The Magic Flute

Hometown: Provo, UT
Seattle Opera Debut: Boris Godunov (’00)
Previously at Seattle Opera: Ariadne auf Naxos  (’15); Don Giovanni (’14); Les contes d'Hoffmann  (’14)
Recently: The Magic Flute (Theater Bremen)
Upcoming:
La bohème (Staatsoper Hannover)

Last updated: December 2015

Chris Alexander

Stage Director

Marie-Therese Cramer

Costume Designer

At Seattle Opera in 2013/14: Les contes d'Hoffmann
At Seattle Opera in 2014/15: Don Giovanni

Hometown: Hamburg, Germany
Seattle Opera Debut: Les contes d’Hoffmann (’05)
Previously at Seattle Opera: Les contes d'Hoffmann (’14); Don Giovanni (’07)
Recent: Anna Karenina (Oper Halle); La bohème (Staatsoper Hannover); Die Zauberflöte (Theater Bremen)
Upcoming: Pope Joan (Hamburg)

Last updated: October 2014

Marie-Therese Cramer

Costume Designer

Robert A. Dahlstrom

Set Designer

Robert Dahlstrom made his Seattle Opera debut in 1984, designing The Ballad of Baby Doe, and has gone on to design nineteen operas for the company. His versatile designs range from the illogical Escher-like staircases of his I puritani (’08), also used for Lucia di Lammermoor (’10) to his period Rigoletto (’87), which easily went through a time machine for a production set in the 1930s. His many collaborations with director Chris Alexander twice won Seattle Opera’s Artists of the Year Awards: for Ariadne auf Naxos (’04, revived ’15) and The Tales of Hoffmann (’05, revived ’14).

Robert A. Dahlstrom

Set Designer

Robert Wierzel

Lighting Designer

At Seattle Opera in 2014/15: Semele; Ariadne auf Naxos
Hometown: New York, NY
Seattle Opera Debut: Turn of the Screw ('94)
Previously at Seattle Opera: La bohème (’13), Lucia di Lammermoor (’10); Aida (’08) 
Recently: The Love Potion (Boston Lyric Opera); Madama Butterfly (Atlanta Opera); Indian Ink (Roundabout Theatre Company, NY)
Upcoming: Macbeth and Catone in Utica (Glimmerglass); Man of La Mancha (Shakespeare Theatre Company, Washington, D.C.); Ariadne auf Naxos (Seattle Opera)

Last updated: February 2015

Robert Wierzel

Lighting Designer

Creative Team

Orchestra, Chorus, & Additional Artists

Orchestra

Violin I
Emma McGrath, Concertmaster
John Weller, Assistant Concertmaster
Simon James
Mariel Bailey
Blayne Barnes
Kelly Farris
Timothy Garland
Leonid Keylin
Victoria Parker
Mikhail Shmidt
Clark Story

Violin II
Michael Miropolsky, Principal
Kathleen Boyer, Assistant Principal
Natasha Bazhanov
Stephen Bryant
Sande Gillette
Adrianna Hulscher
Mae Lin
Andrew Yeung

Viola
Mara Gearman, Principal
Julie Whitton, Assistant Principal
Tim Christie
Vincent Comer
Allison Farkas
Scott Ligocki

Cello
Meeka Quan DiLorenzo, Principal
Eric Han, Assistant Principal
Bruce Bailey
Roberta Downey
Hélène Ferret-Kaufman
Rowena Hammillt
Chuck Jacot

Double Bass
Jordan Anderson, Principal
Jennifer Godfrey, Assistant Principal
Todd Larsen
Matt McGrath

Flute
Christie Reside, Principal
Judith Kriewall

Piccolo
Judith Kriewall

Oboe
Ben Hausmann, Principal
Stefan Farkas

Clarinet
Laura DeLuca, Principal
Sean Osborn

Bassoon
Seth Krimsky, Principal
Eddie Burns

French Horn
Jeff Fair, Principal
Danielle Kuhlman
Jonathan Karschney
Susan Carroll

Cornet
Alexander White, Principal
Anthony DiLorenzo

Trombone
Ko-ichiro Yamamoto, Principal
David Ritt
Steve Fissel

Timpani
Michael Crusoe, Principal

Percussion
Michael Werner, Principal
Michael Clark
Ron Johnson

Harp
Valerie Gordon, Principal

Personnel Manager
Scott Wilson

Assistant Personnel Manager
Keith Higgins

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

 

Chorus

Soprano
Donna Baldwin
Jennifer Bromagen
Jennifer Ceresa
Emily Clubb
Karen Early Evans
Melanie Hingson
Linda Mattos
Mary McLaughlin
Eleanor Stallcop-Horrox
Karen Urlie

Mezzo
Lorraine Burdick
Laura Eichelberger
YeonSoo Lee
Gail Neil
Melissa Plagemann
Diane Radabaugh
Susan Salas
Lucy Weber

Tenor
Nathan Barnes
Gabriel Gargari
Tim Janecke
Jeffrey Jordan
Neil Jordan
Tony Kibbie
Bob Leavens
German Mendoza
Joshua Quesada
George Scott
Steve Wall

Bass/Baritone
Dan Aarthun
Michael Dunlap
Craig Garretson
Craig Grayson
Glenn Guhr
Tom Hingson
Gregory Lewis
Dierre Lopez
Misha Myznikov
Danny Oakden
Brett Youngquist

Actors

Kyle Cable
JC Casiano
Rickey Klein
Rich Lewis
Robert Mead
Adam Standley

Supernumeraries

Luther M. Hintz, Supernumerary Captain
Diane Abbey
Allan Armstrong
Tim Barrick
Judith Cunneen
Jenny Cunningham
Elizabeth Dittmer
Maria Giammona
Dan Lathrop
TJ Mustard
Robert Pillitteri
Lisa Price
Karen Skrinde
Christiane Ulness

 

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