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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.
North American Works Directory Listing
Anna Karenina
David Carlson
Colin Graham
Mark Streshinsky (Director)
Stewart Robertson (Conductor)
Neil Patel (Set Designer)
Mark McCullough (Lighting Designer)
Robert Perdziola (Costume Designer)
Kelly Kaduce (Anna)
Robert Gierlach (Vronsky)
Christian Van Horn (Karenin)
Sarah Coburn (Kitty)
Brandon Jovanovich (Levin)
Christine Abraham (Dolly)
William Joyner (Stiva)
Josepha Gayer (Princess Betsy)
Rosalind Elias (Agafia)
Dorothy Byrne (Countess Lydia)
Corey Crider (Prince Yashvin)
April 28, 2007
Florida Grand Opera
Two parallel stories that illustrate and illuminate each other and the social milieu of upper class, mid-19th century Russia. The first, the tragic story of Anna Karenina and her fatal affair with the dashing army officer, Count Vronsky, which destroys her marriage and separates her from her son, is contrasted with the eventually successful marriage of the flighty Kitty Scherbatsky to the idealistic Konstantin Levin.
Anna Karenina(s)
Kitty Scherbatsky, Dolly's sister(s)
Dolly Oblonksy, Anna's sister-in-law(mz)
Princess Betsy, Kitty and Dolly's aunt(mz)
Countess Lydia Ivanova, Karenin's cousin(mz)
Agafia Mihailovna, Levin's housekeeper(con.a.)
Konstantin Levin (Kostya) (t)
Stiva Oblonsky, Anna' brother(t)
Alexie Vronsky(bar)
Prince Yashvin(bar)
Alexie Karenin, Anna's husband(b-bar)
Serioja, Anna's son/a boy like Serioja
Annushka, Anna's maid
Mihail, Serioja's tutor
A Doctor
Dolly's 3 children: Tanya, Vassya, Grisha
Countess Cronsky, Vronsky's mother
Anna's old nurse
Korney, Karenin's porter
A midwife
4 Guests of Stiva's
2 pairs of guests at Betsy's Ball
02:15
2
picc, 2 fl, 2 ob (Eng Hrn), 2 cl, 2 bsn - 4 hrn, 3 tpt, 3 tbn, tba - timp, 3 perc, hp., cel., synth., recorded sounds; str
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The Opera Fund Awardee Information
2004 Repertoire Development Consortium
Anna Karenina Production Meeting
Florida Grand Opera
Colin Graham
Stewart Robertson
Neil Patel, Robert Perdziola
2002 Partnership Consortium
ANNA KARENINA
Florida Grand Opera
Colin Graham
Stewart Robertson
Neil Patel
2007 Audience Development Project
ANNA KARENINA: 2007 Festival
Florida Grand Opera
Audio Visual Materials
Florida Grand Opera

Act 2, Scene 4.2
Florida Grand Opera

Act 2, Scene 6.2


From left to right: Kelly Kaduce (Anna Karenina), Robert Vierlansky (Vronsky), Dolores Ziff (Countess Vronsky),
Courtesy of: Florida Grand Opera; Photo credit: Deborah Gray Mitchell

From left to right: Kelly Kaduce (Anna Karenina), Christine Abraham (Dolly)
Courtesy of: Florida Grand Opera; Photo credit: Deborah Gray Mitchell

From left to right: Sarah Coburn (Kitty)
Courtesy of: Florida Grand Opera; Photo credit: Deborah Gray Mitchell

From left to right: Christian van Horn (Karenin)
Courtesy of: Florida Grand Opera; Photo credit: Deborah Gray Mitchell

From left to right: Brandon Jovanovich (Levin)
Courtesy of: Florida Grand Opera; Photo credit: Deborah Gray Mitchell
Schedule of Performances Listings
Anna Karenina (Carlson)
Saturday, September 11, 2010 - Opera San José
Anna Karenina (Carlson)
Sunday, June 03, 2007 - Opera Theatre of Saint Louis
Anna Karenina (Carlson)
Saturday, April 28, 2007 - Florida Grand Opera

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