PERFORMANCE HISTORY

You can see who sang what and when in San Diego from our earliest performances in May 1965 to the present.

January 28, 31, February 3, 5 (m), 2012
Salome
Richard Strauss
Sean Pannikar (Narraboth), Suzanna Guzmán (A Page), Jamie Offenbach (First Soldier), Philip Skinner (Second Soldier), Ashraf Sewailam (A Cappadocian), Greer Grimsley (John the Baptist), Lise Lindstrom (Salome), Patricia McAfee (A Slave), Allan Glassman (Herod), Irina Mishura (Herodias), Joseph Frank (First Jew), Doug Jones (Second Jew), Simeon Esper (Third Jew), Joseph Hu (Fourth Jew), Kristopher Irmiter (Fifth Jew), Scott Sikon (First Nazarene), Nick Munson (Second Nazarene), Steuart Bedford, conductor, Seán Curran, director; Bruno Schwengl, scenic and costume designer; Christopher Maravich, lighting designer.

February 14, 17, 20 and 22m, 1998
Salome
Richard Strauss
Kristine Ciesinski (Salome); Katherine Ciesinski (Herodias); Emily Manhart (Page); Patricia McAfee (slave); Alan Woodrow (Herod); Richard Brunner (Narraboth); Robert Hayward (Jochanaan); Joseph Frank, Alan Fischer, Douglas Perry, Melvin Lowery, Stephen Morscheck (five Jews); David Downing (First Nazarene); Andrew Richards (Second Nazarene); James Scott Sikon (First soldier); Philip Skinner (Second soldier); Philip Larson (a Cappadocian); Karen Keltner, conductor; Bliss Hebert, director; Allen Charles Klein, designer

November 10, 11, 1967
Salome
Richard Strauss
Felicia Weathers (Salome), Claramae Turner (Herodias), Andree Jordan (Page), Judith Owens (slave), Arturo Sergi (Herod), Chris Lachona (Narraboth), Joshua Hecht (Jochanaan); Howard Fried, Raymond Gagan, Raymond Manton, Morris Crisci, Alan Pitt (five Jews); Harold Enns, William Bahrt (Nazarenes); Tony Lind, Robert Lynch (soldiers); Louis MacKay (a Cappadocian); Walter Herbert, conductor; William Adams, director; Peggy Kellner, designer