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Nedda is the sole female character of the opera, and this only serves to highlight the isolated life she endures. She is trapped in an abusive marriage, threatened by the prospect of sexual assault from her coworker, and engaging in an affair despite her fears. None of the men in her life can fully understand the treacherous path she has to tread. Even Silvio, sung by Alexander Elliott with equal parts charm and desperation, does not grasp the potential danger in his plea for her to run away with him. He envisions the happy future they could have together, but he fails to take the risks involved seriously. Leah Partridge (Nedda) and Todd Thomas (Tonio, right) in Pagliacci, Opera Omaha, 2018. Photo: Thomas Grady. Beppe, portrayed by Jason Ferrante, represents the only male character that is sympathetic toward Nedda and without ulterior motives. Ferrante’s light tenor voice was also difficult to hear in the theater at times, but his silvery serenade in the second act was breathtaking and clear. In the final confrontation, Beppe seems to be the only one with any sense onstage, but his efforts to intercede on Nedda’s behalf are unsuccessful.

Bệnh gan mất bù. 3 Liều dùng-Cách dùng thuốc Tonios 0.5 3.1 Liều dùng thuốc Tonios 0.5 3.1.1 Liều cho người ≥16 tuổi Leah Partridge (Nedda) and Todd Thomas (Tonio) in Pagliacci, Opera Omaha, 2018. Photo: Thomas Grady.

The orchestra, led by Timothy Myers, created the musical atmosphere of Leoncavallo’s opera, captivating the audience before the prologue even began. The chorus, under the direction of Sean Kelly, seemed to struggle to keep up with the orchestra at the beginning of the opera, but this issue seemed to work itself out as the scene progressed. I found myself wishing that the chorus would interact with the players more throughout the opera. Their musical discomfort seemed to overshadow the crucial part the chorus has to play as the onstage audience which was unfortunate. The storyline of Pagliacci is unfortunately just as realistic and relevant as when it premiered in 1892. Leoncavallo found his inspiration for the plot in a newspaper crime report, and he wouldn’t have to look too hard to find similar cases of violence against women in a newspaper today. Sure the darker aspects of the story are surrounded by more lighthearted theatrical trappings, but at its core, the opera is less about clowns and more about the dangerous emotions of a jealous, abusive husband. Opera Omaha’s production of Pagliacci delivered the classic contrast between the players’ two worlds - the thin theatrical façade that hides their tumultuous emotions. Không dùng thuốc Tonios 0.5 cho người mẫn cảm Entecavir. 5 Tác dụng phụ 5.1 Tác dụng phụ thường gặp At its core Pagliacci tells a story that is still all too common. It is about a woman trapped in abusive relationship, and the question always comes up: Why doesn’t she leave? While the methods are theatrical, the end result of Pagliacci is sadly the same as many cases in real life. When she finally tries to leave her abuser, the situation turns from violent to deadly. Leoncavallo may have written this opera over a hundred years ago, but the themes continue to be relevant to this day. When it comes to the disturbing reality of violence against women, I have to agree with the final line of the opera: “The comedy is over.” Burton sang the famous aria, “Vesti la giubba,” with beautiful ease, smearing his face with makeup and swigging booze to accent his impending breakdown. This felt like the true turning point of his portrayal. This was the unhinged mess of a man I had been waiting for!

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