PERFORMANCE HISTORY

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

May 6, 9, 12, 14 (m) and 17, 2006
The Magic Flute
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Ute Selbig (Pamina), Cheryl Evans (Queen of the Night), Rainer Trost (Tamino), Paul Armin Edelmann (Papageno), Siphiwe McKenize (Papagena), Daniel Borowski (Sarastro), Reinhard Dorn (Speaker), Martin Zysset (Monostatos), Barbara Divis (First Lady), Priti Gandhi (Second Lady), Lisa Agazzi (Third Lady), Stacey Fraser (May 6)/ Priya Palekar (First Genie), Sylvia Wen (Second Genie), Diana Tash (Third Genie), Joseph Hu (Second Priest), Kenneth Morris (First Armed Man), James Scott Sikon (Second Armed Man); Christof Perick, conductor; Michael Hampe, director; Michael Hampe and Alberto Andreis, set designer; Zandra Rhodes, costume designer.

January 20, 23, 26, 28m and 31, 2001
The Magic Flute
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
John Osborn (Tamino), Barbara Divis (First Lady), Priti Gandhi (Second Lady), Suzanna Guzmán (Third Lady), Johannes Mannov*(Papageno), Yan-Guang Cui* (Queen of the Night), Peter Blanchet (Monostatos), Jennifer Casey Cabot (Pamina), Sylvia Wen (First Genie), Suzanne Lustgarten (Second Genie), Eva-Maria Clements (Third Genie), Daniel Sumegi (Speaker), Beau Palmer (Second Priest), Kevin Langan (Sarastro), Todd Geer (First Armed Man), Ryan Allen (Second Armed Man), Annelies Chapman (Papagena), John Fiore, conductor, Michael Hampe, director and set designer, Zandra Rhodes*, costume designer, Alberto Andreis, co-set designer.

April 14, 17, 20, 22m, 25, 1990
The Magic Flute
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Virginia Sublett (Queen of the Night), Hei-Kyung Hong (Pamina), Sylvia Wen (Papagena); Joan Gibbons, Gale Fuller, Deidra Palmour (three ladies); Denes Gulyas (Tamino), Anthony Laciura (Monostatos), David Malis (Papageno), Kenneth Cox (Sarastro), Herbert Eckhoff (speaker); Hong-Shen Li, J. Raymond Fielder (priests/armored men); Celeste Tavera, Diana Tash, Julia Jamison (three spirits); Karen Keltner, conductor; Wolfgang Weber, director; Maurice Sendak, sets/costumes

May 2, 4, 1968
The Magic Flute
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Rita Shane (Queen of the Night), Heather Thomson (Pamina), Sylvia Davis (Papagena); Janet Pavek, Barbara Patton, Donna Peterson (three ladies); William Blankenship (Tamino), Howard Fried (Monostatos), Thomas Palmer (Papageno), Thomas O'Leary (Sarastro), Harold Enns (speaker), Leslie Cozzens (priest); Sam Baris, Bruce Bolger, Louis MacKay, Jr. (three spirits); Walter Herbert, conductor; William Adams, director; William Barbe, costumes