Speight remembers how supertitles came to Seattle Opera.
Starring Dale Duesing, Peter Kazaras, Judith Haddon, and Geri Decker.
Francesca Zambello’s production boasted “theatrical virtues equaled only by a vintage MGM spectacular.”
Seattle favorite Dale Duesing starred in the ‘baritone’ version of Massenet’s tragedy.
Don Giovanni as Seattle had never seen it before!
Mozart’s beloved comedy performed by an adorable young cast.
Starring Dale Duesing as Eisenstein!
Maurice Sendak’s beautiful production of Mozart’s fairy-tale.
Mozart’s problem comedy—with a time machine!
This cast of singers play Puccini’s bohemians in the classic tale of young love and despair.
Explore the 1994/95 Cunning Little Vixen Program!
Explore the 1992/93 Passion of Jonathan Wade Program!
Explore the 1990/91 Ballad of Baby Doe Program!
Explore the 1991/92 La Boheme Program!
Explore the 1990/91Don Giovanni Program!
Explore the 1989/90 Marriage of Figaro Program!
Explore the 1988/89 Werther Program!
Explore the 1987/88 Die Fledermaus Program!
Explore the 1987/88 Magic FluteM Program!
Explore the 1986/87 Faust Program!
Explore the 1985/86 Eugene Onegin Program!
Explore the 1985/86 Cosi fan tutte Program!
For Seattle Opera’s only production of this masterpiece, we projected titles above the stage for the first time.
Explore the 1984/85 La Boheme Program!
Explore the 1984/85 Tannhäuser Program!
Duesing implores the Evening Star to bear his love to the lady of his heart.
Maurice Sendak designed this charming production of an opera beloved by all ages.
Dale Duesing played a Union soldier in over his head in post-Civil War South Carolina.
Local favorites Vinson Cole, Sally Wolf, and Dale Duesing took on Puccini’s bohemians.
This charming folk opera returned to Seattle Opera with an all-new cast.