Secret letters, cunning disguises and all sorts of confusions will delight young audiences!
A serious case of love at first sight is a big problem for Count Almaviva. Enter the resourceful barber named Figaro, who cleverly solves everyone’s problems – for a price.
Secret letters, cunning disguises and all sort of confusions will delight young audiences as the boy gets the girl and Figaro gets paid!
Rossini’s The Barber of Seville is one of the most popular operas ever written. This 50-minute version, devised especially for the Oz Opera Schools Company, returns to VIC in 2013 by popular demand and is supported by curriculum-based Teachers Resource Material.
The tour starts on Monday 20 May and finishes on Friday 13 September 2013.
Prep - Year 6
Set Up Time
1 hour setup and 30 minutes pack down
60 minutes including Q&A session
6m x 6m cleared space
2.5m ceiling minimum
Ground level access with no more than 5 stairs
Direct vehicle access to venue
|Originally devised and directed by||Christine Anketell|
|Restaged by||Naomi Edwards|
|Music Director||Sue Goessling|
|Music adapted by||Brian Castles-Onion|
|Aunt Bartola/Basilia||Donna-Maree Dunlop
$7 per student (no GST is charged)