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Ausrine Stundyte as Cio-Cio-San, Elizabeth Janes as Butterfly’s child and Sarah Larsen as Suzuki in Seattle Opera's production of Puccini's Madama Butterfly. Photo by Elise Bakketun.
     
RESULTS  PRODUCTION & COMPANY INFORMATION
Opera San José
Anna Karenina
Composer:
David Carlson
Librettist:
Graham, Colin
Director(s):
Brad Dalton Director
Lise la Cour Choreographer
Conductor(s):
Stewart Robertson Conductor
Designer(s):
Elizabeth Poindexter Costume Designer
Jeanna Parham Hair/Wigs
Jeanna Parham Make-up
Kent Dorsey Lighting Designer
Steven Kemp Scenic Designer
Comments: West Coast Premiere.
Opening Date: Saturday, September 11, 2010
Venue & 
Performance Dates:
California Theatre
Sept. 11, 12, 14, 17, 19, 23, 25, 26
Cast Information:
Agafia Heather McFadden
Alexei Karenin Isaiah Musik-Ayala
Alexei Karenin Kirk Eichelberger
Alexei Vronsky Krassen Karagiozov
Alexei Vronsky Torlef Borsting
Anna Jasmina Halimic
Anna Jouvanca Jean-Baptiste
Betsy Megan Stetson
Dolly Betany Coffland
Dolly Tori Grayum
Kitty Khori Dastoor
Konstantin Alexander Boyer
Konstantin Michael Dailey
Lydia Kindra Scharich
Stiva Christopher Bengochea
Stiva Michael Mendelsohn
Yashvin Paul Murray
Company Information
Opera San José
Address:  2149 Paragon Drive, San José CA 95131-1312 United States
Web site: www.operasj.org
Phone:  408-437-4450
Fax:  408-437-4455

Mission Statement/Description:
"Opera San José is dedicated to presenting the finest professional opera performances while creating and providing cultural and educational programs that both enrich the opera experience and encourage future generations of artists and audiences. General Director Irene Dalis founded Opera San José in 1984 as a professional opera company dedicated to the showcasing and developing emerging opera singers. Well managed from its inception, Opera San José has never had a deficit. Rather, the company has continually nurtured a modest cash reserve and has acquired, with no debt, two 24,000 sq. ft. operations facilities, and two apartment buildings (fourteen units total) for free artist housing. Opera San José recently was notified by Charity Navigator, America’s largest independent evaluator of charities, that it had been given its fourth consecutive four-star rating for its strong record of fiscal responsibility.

The feature that makes Opera San José unique in the United States is its resident company of principal artists, formed in 1988, through which outstanding operatic artists in the first years of their careers are identified and awarded annual contracts to perform leading roles in mainstage productions and to participate in school and community-wide educational activities. These singers are groomed for international performing careers. Due to the resident nature of the company, modeled after the German regional opera company, these artists build substantial professional repertoire, are coached by resident and guest conductors and stage directors, and are prepared to meet the demands of a successful operatic career. "
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