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The Inspector
John Musto
Mark Campbell
Glen Cortese (conductor)
Leon Major (director)
Erhard Rom (scenic design)
David O. Roberts (costume design)
Robert H. Grimes (lighting design)
Robert Orth (Mayor Fazzobaldi)
Luretta Bybee (Sarelda, the Mayor’s wife)
Anne-Carolyn Bird (Beatrice, their daughter)
Vale Rideout (Tancredi, mistaken for the inspector)
William Sharp (Cosimo, Tancredi’s traveling companion)
Dorothy Byrne (Malacorpa, Director of Hospital & Cemetery Services)
Angela Mannino (Agrippa, Director of Education Managementation)
Javier Abreu (Padre Ruffiano, Director of Salvation Resources)
Matt Boehler (Adolfo, Director of Order)
Andrea Shokery (Bobachina, one of the Post Office twins)
Sarah Larsen (Bobachino, one of the Post Office twins)
April 27, 2011
Wolf Trap Opera Company
This opera is a comedy based on The Government Inspector by Russian playwright and novelist Nikolai Gogol.
Mayor Fazzobaldi  (baritone)
Sarelda, the Mayor’s wife (mezzo-soprano)
Beatrice, their daughter (soprano)
Tancredi, mistaken for the inspector (tenor)
Cosimo, Tancredi’s traveling companion (baritone)
Malacorpa, Director of Hospital & Cemetery Services (mezzo-soprano)
Agrippa, Director of Education Managementation (soprano)
Padre Ruffiano, Director of Salvation Resources (tenor)
Adolfo, Director of Order (bass)
Bobachina, one of the Post Office twins (soprano)
Bobachino, one of the Post Office twins (mezzo-soprano)
The production, The Inspector, was developed through workshops at Wolf Trap’s Center for Education and with support from Opera Theatre of Saint Louis, OPERA America’s Opera Fund, and the National Endowment for the Arts. The Inspector was commissioned by the Wolf Trap Foundation for the Performing Arts.
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The Inspector (Musto)
Friday, April 20, 2012 - Boston Lyric Opera

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