Starting with a two-course lunch at Books and Books at the Arsht, FANs enjoyed a Florida Grand Opera production of The Marriage of Figaro on Sunday, February 3 at the Adrienne Arsht Center, Ziff Ballet Opera House.
In Mozart’s beloved opera, a biting and sexually charged comedy about the established social order being tossed on its head, the servants turn the tables on the masters.
Today the Marriage of Figaro rocks with the same revolutionary spirit that made it such a popular success at its 1786 premiere. Experience an intoxicating take on one of the great ensemble comedies in all of opera.
An informative lecture by Justin Moss preceded the opera.
This festive Cultural Camaraderie event was hosted by Lori Gold and Allan Hall.