If you are one of those that watched Some Like It Hot and kept complaining because it was obvious Curtis and Lemmon were not women you probably won't like The Marriage of Figaro. The comedy is very broad and you will have to accept confusion by characters as to the identity of very close relatives and companions.
There are no lowlights in this production but my personal highlights are Dorothea Roschmann's Countess arias Porgi, amor, qualche ristoro and Dove sono. But with the world-class cast in a Mozart opera you will enjoy every number.
Sit back and enjoy.
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