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Credits
Music: Giuseppe Verdi
Libretto: Francesco Maria Piave
Director: David McVicar
Set designer: Michael Vale
Costume designer: Tanya McCallin
Lighting designer: Paule Constable
Movement director: Leah Hausman
Cast
Conductor: Alexander Joel
Duke of Mantua: Michael Fabiano
Rigoletto : Dimitri Platanias
Gilda : Sofia Fomina
Sparafucile: Andrea Mastroni
Maddalena: Nadia Krasteva
Giovanna: Sarah Pring
Count Monterone: James Rutherford
Marullo: Dominic Sedgwick
Matteo Borsa: Thomas Atkins
Count Ceprano: Simon Shibambu
Countess Ceprano: Francesca Chiejina
Chorus: Royal Opera Chorus
Concert Master: Sergey Levitin
Orchestra: Orchestra of the Royal Opera House
Story
Rigoletto, court jester to the libertine Duke of Mantua, is cursed by the father of one of the Duke’s victims for his irreverent laughter. When the Duke seduces Rigoletto’s daughter Gilda, it seems the curse is taking effect…
Rigoletto arranges to have the Duke assassinated. But Gilda still loves the womanizing Duke and sacrifices herself in his place. Rigoletto eagerly uncovers the corpse only to find instead his fatally wounded daughter, who dies in his arms.

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  • Credits

    Music: Giuseppe Verdi
    Libretto: Francesco Maria Piave
    Director: David McVicar
    Set designer: Michael Vale
    Costume designer: Tanya McCallin
    Lighting designer: Paule Constable
    Movement director: Leah Hausman

  • Cast

    Conductor: Alexander Joel
    Duke of Mantua: Michael Fabiano
    Rigoletto : Dimitri Platanias
    Gilda : Sofia Fomina
    Sparafucile: Andrea Mastroni
    Maddalena: Nadia Krasteva
    Giovanna: Sarah Pring
    Count Monterone: James Rutherford
    Marullo: Dominic Sedgwick
    Matteo Borsa: Thomas Atkins
    Count Ceprano: Simon Shibambu
    Countess Ceprano: Francesca Chiejina
    Chorus: Royal Opera Chorus
    Concert Master: Sergey Levitin
    Orchestra: Orchestra of the Royal Opera House

  • Story

    Rigoletto, court jester to the libertine Duke of Mantua, is cursed by the father of one of the Duke’s victims for his irreverent laughter. When the Duke seduces Rigoletto’s daughter Gilda, it seems the curse is taking effect…
    Rigoletto arranges to have the Duke assassinated. But Gilda still loves the womanizing Duke and sacrifices herself in his place. Rigoletto eagerly uncovers the corpse only to find instead his fatally wounded daughter, who dies in his arms.

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