April 10, 2022 @ 3:00 PM
The Broome County Forum Theatre
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Overview

Do dreams really come true and can love conquer greed and cruelty? Find out in Rossini’s timeless classic, Cinderella!

The kind-hearted Angelina (Cinderella) is forced to work for her wicked stepfather and cruel stepsisters. Meanwhile, Prince Ramiro trades places with his valet and goes door to door in disguise to find the one maiden who is true of heart. Confusion and chaos ensue as Angelina’s family plots to win the heart of the prince. Through Rossini’s lively melodies, Prince Ramiro and Angelina prove that forgiveness, kindness, and love can conquer all!

Performance Information

Run Time

Approximately 2 hrs 30 mins with one intermission.

Language

Performed in Italian with English supertitles.

Location

The Broome County Forum Theatre.

Tickets

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Sun

Apr 10

Performance Information

Run Time

Approximately 2 hrs 30 mins with one intermission.

Language

Performed in Italian with English supertitles.

Location

The Broome County Forum Theatre.

Tickets

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Single Tickets On Sale November 1

Sun

Apr 10

Mon–Fri: 12pm–5pm

Cast

Angelina (Cinderella)
???
TCO Debut
Don Ramiro
Aaron Crouch
Dandini
Schyler Vargas
Don Magnifico
Adelmo Guidarelli
TCO Debut
Clorinda
Melissa Joseph*
Thisbe
Amanda Staub*
Alidoro
???
TCO Debut
* denotes Tri-Cities Opera Resident Artist
denotes Binghamton University MM Opera candidate

Creative Team

Stage Director
David Lefkowich
Music Director
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Erin Alcorn

Soprano

2020–21 Resident Artist

2020/21 Season at TCO: Adina in The Elixir of Love; Francine in Monkey and Francine in the City of Tigers; Semi-Finalist in TCO Next: A Virtual Vocal Competition; Miranda (stand-in) in Miranda: A Steampunk VR ExperienceCocoa & Carols

Hometown: Coppell, TX

Recently: Soprano soloist, Messiah (Pennsbury Community Chorus); Soloist, Historic St. George’s UMC Christmas Concert; Chorus member, The Love of Three Oranges (Opera Philadelphia)

Last updated May 2021

Kelsey Watts

Soprano

2020/21 Season at TCO: Cocoa & Carols; Adina (Cover) in Opera and Beer! The Elixir of Love

Hometown: New York, NY

Recently: Sandrina, La finta giardiniera (Binghamton University); Sorceress, Dido and Aeneas (Binghamton University); Gretel, Hansel and Gretel (Binghamton University); Olympia, Pinnochio (Binghamton University)

Upcoming: Soloist in Delaware Valley Opera’s summer concert series

Last updated May 2021

Jenni Bank

Mezzo-Soprano

2020/21 Season at TCO: Dr. Dulcamara in Opera and Beer! The Elixir of Love (2021)

Hometown: Binghamton, NY

TCO Debut: Mrs. Lovett in Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street (2015)

Recently: Gertrude, Hänsel und Gretel (Cape Town Opera)*; Marquise de Birkenfeld, The Daughter of the Regiment (Opera Orlando)*; Marcellina, Le nozze di Figaro (Hawaii Opera Theatre); The Mother, The Consul (Baltimore Concert Opera)

*cancelled or postponed due to COVID-19

Upcoming: Ruth, The Pirates of Penzance (Anchorage Opera); Madame Larina, Eugene Onegin (Opera Omaha)

Last updated May 2021

Jerre Dye

Director and Librettist

Jerre Dye is a Chicago-based playwright, opera librettist, director and actor. He is the recipient of the Bryan Family Foundation Award for Drama from the Fellowship of Southern Writers. His plays include DistanceCicadaShort/StoriesThreadsThe New Adventures of Hansel and GretelWild SwansSid and the Magic Box and an adaptation of Stravinsky’s A Soldier’s Tale with IRIS Orchestra. His opera librettos include: Ghosts of Crosstown of Opera Memphis (featured at the OPERA America’s annual conference as part of the new works sampler in 2014 and 2015); Parksville Horror, a filmed, episodic, virtual reality opera for Opera on Tap in New York City; The Falling and Rising for the U.S. Army band and chorus; Chautauqua Stories for Chautauqua Opera, By/In for Opera Memphis; Taking Up Serpents for Washington National Opera; and upcoming commissions for both Opera Philadelphia and the Napa Valley Arts festival.