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Ariadne Auf Naxos

Comedy. Love. Fun. Explore

May 2 - 16, 2015

Overview

By Richard Strauss

THE SHOWS MUST GO ON! A wealthy patron has commissioned two pieces of entertainment for a private dinner party: an opera based on the myth of Ariadne in exile, and a capering troupe of clowns for comic relief. The catch: the two acts must perform simultaneously so a fabulous pyrotechnics display can conclude the evening as promised. Our acclaimed production delivers a deliciously theatrical mix of lowbrow comedy and high art, offering surprises and delights at every turn.


In German with English subtitles | at McCaw Hall
Approximate Running Time: 2 hours, 35minutes with 1 intermission

Audio described performance for visually impaired patrons available on Sunday, May 3. Description begins 10 minutes prior to the beginning of the matinee.

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Synopsis

Long Story Short
Tonight we attempt to answer the age-old question: what happens when comedy and tragedy are forced to share the same stage?

Who's Who?
The Composer is an idealistic, impatient, emotional young genius who deplores the frivolity and vulgarity of the world. Since he is very young, he is played by a woman.
The Music Master, his teacher, is older, wiser, and much more practical.
The Butler is a pompous sycophant who couldn’t care less about art or music. Because he’s supposed to be tone-deaf, he is played by an actor.
The Dancing Master is a sly producer of silly Italian comedies.
Zerbinetta is a sexy, flirtatious young actress who stars in the Dancing Master’s shows.
The Soprano is an obnoxious prima donna who plays Ariadne, an ancient Greek princess whose lover abandoned her, in the Composer’s opera.
The Tenor is a quick-tempered clod who plays Bacchus, the god of wine, in the Composer’s opera.
Harlekin is a likeable, lovesick young clown.
The Nymphs are Ariadne’s only companions in her exile upon Naxos; they areNaiad, a water spirit, Dryad, a forest spirit, and Echo, a…well, an echo.
The Comics perform with Zerbinetta and Harlekin; their names are Brighella, Scaramuccio, and Truffaldino.

Where and When?
The Prologue to this opera within an opera takes place in an art-lover’s mansion. The opera itself takes place on (a stage representing) the island of Naxos, from Greek myth.

What's Going On?
The wealthiest man in town, eager to dazzle his friends and neighbors and show off his vast wealth, is having a party. The invitation promised a glorious feast, the premiere of a serious opera on the Greek myth of Ariadne (written by the hotshot young composer the entire city is talking about), and a hilarious skit about “Fickle Zerbinetta and Her Four Lovers.” But the real climax of the evening—according to the Butler, at least—will be fireworks, in the garden at dusk!

No one dared tell the Composer that the antics of a troupe of Italian clowns would follow the unveiling of his masterpiece, and when he finds out he is livid. But matters grow worse as the dinner drags on, and the Butler announces that, in order to make up the time, the comedians and tragedians must combine their shows; they are both to appear on the same stage at the same time, and must perform ALL their music and text if they hope to be paid. Upon hearing this, the Composer is ready to kill himself, or at least to walk away forever from the rich cretin who could so desecrate his sacred art. Zerbinetta, however, saves the day (and her paycheck) by flirting with the Composer and seducing him into staying.

The resulting mish-mash of a performance veers back and forth between comedy and tragedy. Ariadne, who has been abandoned on an island by her faithless lover, Theseus, longs for death; Zerbinetta and her friends, who evidently inhabit this deserted island, attempt to cheer her up. But she is inconsolable—at least until the young god Bacchus stops by. Bacchus and Ariadne slowly discover each other’s identity; they fall in love, and the magic of their love transforms them both. As they sing the conclusion of their opera, the same thing happens—in real life—to Zerbinetta and the Composer.

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Cast

Christiane Libor

Prima Donna/Ariadne

At Seattle Opera in 2014/15: Prima Donna/Ariadne, Ariadne auf Naxos 

Hometown: Berlin, Germany 
Seattle Opera Debut: Leonore, Fidelio (’12) 
Recently: Isabella, Das Liebesverbot and Brünnhilde, Siegfried (Opernhaus Leipzig)

Last updated: January 2014

Christiane Libor

Prima Donna/Ariadne

May 2, 6, 9, 13, 16

Marcy Stonikas

Prima Donna/Ariadne

At Seattle Opera in 2014/15: Tosca, Tosca; Prima Donna/Ariadne, Ariadne auf Naxos

Hometown: Elmhurst, IL
Young Artist: 2009/10; 2010/11
Seattle Opera Debut: Second Lady, Die Zauberflöte (’10)
Previously at Seattle Opera: Magda Sorel, The Consul; Leonore, Fidelio (’12); Turandot, Turandot (’12)
Recently: Donna Anna, Don Giovanni (Wolf Trap Opera Company); Salome, Salome (Utah Opera); Tosca, Tosca (Opera Santa Barbara) 
Upcoming: Leonore, Fidelio (Volksoper Vienna)

Last updated: January 2014

Marcy Stonikas

Prima Donna/Ariadne

Moay 3 & 15

Sarah Coburn

Zerbinetta

At Seattle Opera in 2014/15: Zerbinetta, Ariadne auf Naxos

Hometown: Tulsa, OK
Seattle Opera Young Artist 2001/02
Seattle Opera Debut: Adele, Die Fledermaus (’06)
Previously at Seattle Opera: Marie, La fille du régiment (’13); Rosina, Il barbiere di Siviglia (’11)
Recently: Sophie, Der Rosenkavalier (Cincinnati Opera); Amina, La sonnambula (Wiener Staatsoper); Lucia, Lucia di Lammermoor (Washington National Opera)
Upcoming: Adina, L’elisir d’amore (Washington National Opera); Elvira, I puritani (Boston Lyric Opera and Tivoli Festival, Copenhagen)

Last updated: January 2014

Sarah Coburn

Zerbinetta

May 2, 6, 9, 13, 16

Rachele Gilmore

Zerbinetta

At Seattle Opera in 2014/15: Zerbinetta, Ariadne auf Naxos

Hometown: Atlanta, Georgia
Seattle Opera Debut
Recent: Sophie, Der Rosenkavalier (NCPA Beijing); Alice, Alice in Wonderland (Los Angeles Philharmonic, London Barbican); Gilda, Rigoletto (Opera Omaha)
Upcoming: Blondchen, Die Entführung aus dem Serail (Festival Aix-en-Provence)

Last updated: April 2015

Rachele Gilmore

Zerbinetta

Seattle Opera Debut
May 3 & 15

Kate Lindsey

The Composer

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 Composer

May 2, 6, 9, 13, 16

Sarah Larsen

The Composer

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

The Composer

May 3 & 15

Issachah Savage

Tenor/Bacchus

At Seattle Opera in 2014/15: Tenor/Bacchus, Ariadne auf Naxos

Hometown:
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
First Prize winner of Seattle Opera’s 2014 International Wagner Competition
Seattle Opera Debut
Hometown: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Recently: Don Riccardo, Ernani (Metropolitan Opera); Siegmund, Die Walküre (Canadian Opera Company)
Upcoming: Radames, Aida (Aspen Music Festival and Austin Lyric Opera); Beethoven’s Symphony No. 9 (Orchestre National de Bordeaux); Rienzi (National Philharmonic Orchestra)

Last updated: March 2015

Issachah Savage

Tenor/Bacchus

May 2, 6, 9, 13, 16

Jeffrey Hartman

Tenor/Bacchus

At Seattle Opera in 2014/15: Tenor/Bacchus, Ariadne auf Naxos

Seattle Opera Debut
Hometown: Anderson, Indiana
Recently:Duca di Mantova, Rigoletto (Musica Viva Hong Kong); Turridu, Cavalleria Rusticana, and Canio, Pagliacci (Compania Lirica Nacional ,Costa Rica, and Musica Viva Hong Kong)

Last updated: February 2015

Jeffrey Hartman

Tenor/Bacchus

Seattle Opera Debut
May 3 & 15

Andrew Garland

Harlekin

At Seattle Opera in 2014/15: Harlekin, Ariadne auf Naxos

Hometown: Kingston, MA
Former Seattle Opera Young Artist
Seattle Opera Debut: Riolobo, Florencia en el Amazonas (’05)
Previously at Seattle Opera: Schaunard, La bohème (’13)
Recent: Count Almaviva, Le nozze di Figaro (Dayton Opera); Young Galileo, Galileo Galilei (Cincinnati Opera) 
Upcoming: Silvio, Pagliacci (Hawaii Opera Theatre); Mercury, La Calisto (Cincinnati Opera) 

Last updated: January 2014

Andrew Garland

Harlekin

May 2, 3, 6, 9, 13, 15, 16

Patrick Carfizzi

Music Teacher/Truffaldino

At Seattle Opera in 2014/15: Music Master/Truffaldino, Ariadne auf Naxos

Hometown: Newburgh, NY
Seattle Opera Debut: Frank, Die Fledermaus (’06)
Previously at Seattle Opera: Don Magnifico, La Cenerentola (’13);Ping, Turandot (’12); Dr. Bartolo, The Barber of Seville (’11)
Recently: Frank, Die Fledermaus (Metropolitan Opera); Schaunard, La bohème (Metropolitan Opera); Dulcamara, L’elisir d’amore (Opera Theatre of Saint Louis)

Last updated: January 2014

Patrick Carfizzi

Music Teacher/Truffaldino

May 2, 3, 6, 9, 13, 15, 16

Doug Jones

Dancing Master

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

Dancing Master

May 2, 3, 6, 9, 13, 15, 16

Joshua Kohl

Brighella

At Seattle Opera in 2014/15: Brighella, Ariadne auf Naxos

Seattle Opera Debut
Hometown: Reading, PA
Recently: Rodolfo, La bohème (Opera Southwest);  Ralph Rackstraw, H.M.S. Pinfaore (Knoxville Opera); Fenton, Falstaff (Opera Santa Barbara)


Last updated: February 2015

Joshua Kohl

Brighella

Seattle Opera Debut
May 2, 3, 6, 9, 13, 15, 16

Eric Neuville

Scaramuccio

At Seattle Opera in 2014/15: Scaramuccio, Ariadne auf Naxos
At Seattle Opera in 2015/16: Abdullo, Nabucco
Seattle Opera Debut: Normanno, Lucia di Lammermoor (’10) 
Previously at Seattle Opera: Nathanaël, The Tales of Hoffmann (’14); First Priest, The Magic Flute (’11) 
Seattle Opera Young Artist: 2009/10, 2010/11 


Hometown: Waupaca, WI 
Recently: Tamino, Die Zauberflöte (Tacoma Opera); Soloist, Beethoven's 9th Symphony (Seattle Symphony) 
Upcoming: Soloist, Carmina Burana (Austin Symphony)

Last updated: December 2014

Eric Neuville

Scaramuccio

May 2, 3, 6, 9, 13, 15, 16

Amanda Opuszynski

Naiad

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

Hometown: Menlo Park, CA
Seattle Opera Young Artist: 2010/11; 2011/12
Seattle Opera Debut: Frasquita, Carmen (’11)
Recently: Nannetta, Falstaff, and Papagena, Die Zauberflöte (Virginia Opera); Frasquita, Carmen (Atlanta Opera)
Upcoming: Frasquita, Carmen  (Santa Fe Opera), Johanna, Sweeney Todd (Virginia Opera)

Last updated: July 2015

Amanda Opuszynski

Naiad

May 2, 3, 6, 9, 13, 15, 16

Maya Lahyani

Dryad

At Seattle Opera in 2014/15: Dryad, Ariadne auf Naxos

Hometown: Hod-HaSharon, Israel  
Seattle Opera Debut
Recently: Soloist , Constellation (Alonzo King Lines Ballet); La Marchesa Melibea, Il viaggio a Reims (Wolf Trap Opera Company); Page, Salome (Canadian Opera Company)
Upcoming: Kate Pinkerton, Madama Butterfly; Kätchen, Werther; Third Forest Spirit, Rusalka (Metropolitan Opera)

Last updated: January 2014

Maya Lahyani

Dryad

Seattle Opera Debut
May 2, 3, 6, 9, 13, 15, 16

Andrea Carroll

Echo

At Seattle Opera in 2014/15: Echo, Ariadne auf Naxos

Seattle Opera Debut
Hometown: Bethesda, MD
Recently: Leïla, The Pearl Fishers (Utah Opera); Gilda, Rigoletto (Opera Santa Barbara); Rosalba,Florencia en el Amazonas (Washington National Opera) 
Upcoming: Adina, L’elisir d’amore (Finger Lakes Opera); Julie Jordan, Carousel (Houston Grand Opera)

Last updated: February 2015

Andrea Carroll

Echo

Seattle Opera Debut
May 2, 3, 6, 9, 13, 15, 16

Georg Martin Bode

Butler

Georg Martin Bode is a member of four municipal theater ensembles, namely, those of Bremen, Cologne, Bochum, and Basel. His recent roles include Prospero in  The Tempest and the King in  Le soulier de satin. He has appeared in several television shows and films as well. Opera roles include appearances as Bassa Selim in Mozart’s Entführung aus dem Serail and Samiel in Weber’s Freischütz at Selzach Opera Festival as well as the title role of Schumann’s  Manfred at Basel Theater. Bode makes his debut at Seattle Opera in  Ariadne auf Naxos.

Georg Martin Bode

Butler

May 2, 3, 6, 9, 13, 15, 16

Barry Johnson

Butler's Assistant

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

Butler's Assistant

May 2, 3, 6, 9, 13, 15, 16

Karl Marx Reyes

Wigmaker

At Seattle Opera in 2014/15: Wigmaker, Ariadne auf Naxos

Hometown: Gerona Tarlac & Pampanga, Philippines
Seattle Opera Chorus Member since 1994
Seattle Opera Debut: Peasant, Pagliacci (’07)
Previously at Seattle Opera: Hortensius, La fille du régiment (’13); Political Official, Amelia (’10); Messenger, Aida (’08) 
Recently: Goro, Madama Butterfly (Tacoma Opera) 
Upcoming:  Chorus, Nabucco (Seattle Opera)

Last updated: March 2015

Karl Marx Reyes

Wigmaker

May 2, 3, 6, 9, 13, 15, 16

Jon Farmer

Officer

At Seattle Opera in 2014/15: Officer, Ariadne auf Naxos

Hometown: Chattanooga, Tennessee
Seattle Opera Debut
Seattle Opera Chorus Member since 2005
Recently:  Pinkerton, Madama Butterfly, and Don José, Carmen (Tacoma Opera); Pinkerton, Madama Butterfly (Rogue Opera)
Upcoming: Seattle Opera Chorus, Nabucco (Seattle Opera) 

Last updated: February 2015

Jon Farmer

Officer

Seattle Opera Debut
May 2, 3, 6, 9, 13, 15, 16

Cast

Creative Team

Lawrence Renes

Conductor

At Seattle Opera in 2014/15: Ariadne auf Naxos

Seattle Opera Debut: Elektra (’08)
Hometown: Wassenaar, the Netherlands
Music Director, Royal Swedish Opera
Recent: Concerts (London Philharmonic Orchestra, Seoul Philharmonic, and the Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestras)
Upcoming: Concerts (Royal Scottish National Orchestra, and the Orquestra Sinfônica do Estado de São Paulo)

Last updated: January 2014

Lawrence Renes

Conductor

Chris Alexander

Stage Director

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


Hometown: Provo, UT
Seattle Opera Debut: Boris Godunov (’00)
Previously at Seattle Opera: Fidelio (’12); Porgy and Bess (’11); Die Zauberflöte (’11)
Recently: Werther (Washington National Opera); Der Rosenkavalier (Cincinnati Opera); Carmen (Dallas Opera)
Upcoming: Ariadne auf Naxos (Seattle Opera)

Last updated: October 2014

Chris Alexander

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

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

Cynthia Savage

Costume Designer

At Seattle Opera in 2014/15: Ariadne auf Naxos

Previously at Seattle Opera: Porgy and Bess (’11); Pagliacci (’08); Così fan tutte (’06)
Costume Shop Manager, Village Theatre
Recent: Les Misérables, Fiddler on the Roof, Meet Me in St. Louis (Village Theatre)

Last updated: January 2014

Cynthia Savage

Costume Designer

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 & Additional Artists

Orchestra

VIOLIN
Desk I
Emma McGrath, Concertmaster
Desk II
Jeannie Wells Yablonsky
Mariel Bailey
Desk III
Ayako Gamo
Natasha Bazhanov
Desk IV
Kathy Boyer
Xiao-Po Fei

VIOLA
Desk I
Susan Gulkis Asadi, Principal
Desk II
Sayaka Kokubo
Desk III
Penelope Crane
Julie Whitton

CELLO
Desk I
Walter Gray, Principal
Desk II
David Sabee
Desk III
Chuck Jacot
Hélène Ferret-Kaufman

Bass
Joseph Kaufmann, Principal
Jonathan Burnstein

Flute/Piccolo
Judy Kriewall, Principal
Robin Peery

Oboe
Ben Hausmann, Principal
Winnie Cengwen Lai

Clarinet
Laura DeLuca, Principal
Eric Jacobs

Bass Clarinet
Eric Jacobs, Principal

Bassoon
Paul Rafanelli, Principal
Adam Trussel

French Horn
Mark Robbins, Principal
Jonathan Karshney

Trumpet
James Ross, Principal

Trombone
Steve Fissel, Principal

Timpani
Matt Drumm, Principal

Percussion
Michael Werner, Principal
Michael Clark
Matt Kocmieroski

Harp
Valerie Muzzolini Gordon, Principal
John Carrington

Piano
David McDade, Principal

Celeste
Philip Kelsey

Harmonium
John Keene

Personnel Manager
Scott Wilson

Assistant Personnel Manager
Keith Higgins

 

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

 

Supernumeraries

Luther M. Hintz, Supernumerary Captain
Diane Abbey
Linda Allen
Tom Allen
John Bozeat
Warren Bucy
Linda Capriotti
Asraiya Deyo
Elizabeth Dittmer
Richard Eidal
Keith Freeman
Maureen Frisch
Maria Giammona
Colette Glenn
Rosetta Greek
Jimmy Harrop
Sarah T. Kaplan
Lily LaMotte
David Lee
Gary Lee
Rich Lewis
T.J. Mustard
Curtis Notestine
Lisa Price
Bruce Schickler

Actors

Kyle Cable
Gabriel Corey

 

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