PERFORMANCE HISTORY

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

February 13, 16, 19, 21 (m) 2016
Tosca
Giacomo Puccini

Alexia Voulgaridou — Tosca; Gwyn Hughes Jones — Cavaradossi, Greer Grimsley — Scarpia; Kristopher Irmiter — Angelotti/Sciarrone; Massimo Zanetti — Conductor; Lesley Koenig — Director


January 24, 27, 30, February 1 (m) and 4, 2009
Tosca
Giacomo Puccini
Sylvie Valayre (Tosca), Marcus Haddock (Cavaradossi), Greer Grimsley (Scarpia), Jamie Offenbach (Angelotti/Sciarrone), Scott Sikon (Sacristan), Joseph Hu (Spoletta), Laura Portune (Shepherd Boy), Samuel Spade (Jailer); Edoardo Müller, conductor; Andrew Sinclair, director; Jean-Pierre Ponelle, scenic designer; Suzanne Mess, costume designer.

March 30, April 2, 5, 7m and 10, 2002
Tosca
Giacomo Puccini
Jamie Offenbach (Angelotti/Sciarrone), François Loup (Sacristan), Richard Leech (Cavaradossi), Galina Gorchakova (Tosca), Kimm Julian (Scarpia), Joseph Hu (Spoletta), Robert Olson (Shepherd Boy), Joe Pechota (Jailer), Edoardo Müller, conductor, Ian Campbell, stage director, Jean-Pierre Ponnelle, set designer, Suzanne Mess and Ray Diffen, costume designer.

January 20, 23, 26, 28m, 31, 1996
Tosca
Giacomo Puccini
Nelly Miricioiu (Tosca), Casey McKinley(shepherd), César Hernández (Cavaradossi), Alan Fischer (Spoletta), James Morris (Scarpia), Roberto Gomez (sacristan), David Downing (Angelotti/Sciarrone), Philip Larson (jailer); Edoardo Müller, conductor; Bliss Hebert, director; Jean-Pierre Ponnelle, sets; Suzanne Mess, costumes

October 11, 14, 17, 19m, 1986
Tosca
Giacomo Puccini
Marilyn Zschau (Tosca), Deidra Palmour (shepherd), Vladimir Popov (Cavaradossi), Richard Brunner (Spoletta), George Fortune (Scarpia), Richard McKee (sacristan), David Bernard (Angelotti), David Downing (Sciarrone), Iosif Buibas (jailer); Thomas Fulton, conductor; Sam Wanamaker, director; Allen Charles Klein/Sam Wanamaker, sets/costumes

May 8, 11, 14, 17m, 1981
Tosca
Giacomo Puccini
Martina Arroyo (Tosca), Marcia Cope (shepherd), Carlo Bini (Cavaradossi), Joseph Frank (Spoletta), Richard Fredricks (Scarpia), Steven Savino (sacristan), Carlos Chausson (Angelotti/jailer), Gary Nichols (Sciarrone); Bruno Rigacci, conductor; Tito Capobianco, director; Allen Charles Klein, sets; Suzanne Mess, costumes

March 27, 29, 31, 1974
Tosca
Giacomo Puccini
Marisa Galvany (Tosca), Eileen Moss (shepherd), Ermanno Mauro (Cavaradossi), Joseph Pinedo (Spoletta), Eugene Holmes (Scarpia), Michael Gallup (sacristan), Don Watts (Angelotti), Thomas Simmons (Sciarrone), Louis MacKay (jailer); Walter Herbert, conductor; Bliss Hebert, director; Allen Charles Klein, sets

February 17, 18, 1967
The Young Lord
Hans Werner Henze
United States Premiere
Norma Lynn (Luise), Louise Parker (Begonia), Claramae Turner (Baroness Greenweasel), Gwen Curatilo (Mrs. Harethrasher), Margot Blum (Mrs. Hoofnail), Carol Toscano (Ida), Lizanne Wilson (parlormaid), Glenn Cole (Lord Barrat), Kenneth Riegel (Wilhelm), Ken Remo (Amintore), John Ellsworth (Sir Edgar), Richard Fredricks (secretary), Gimi Beni (Burgomaster), Orville White (Harethrasher), Lloyd Hanna (Sharp), Howard Fried (von Mucker), Louis MacKay (lamplighter), Lee Owens (Monsieur la Truiare), Morgan Lane (Meadows), Ray Collymore (Jeremy); Walter Herbert, conductor; William Adams, director; Allen Charles Klein, sets; Peggy Kellner, costumes

May 4, 6, 1967
Tosca
Giacomo Puccini
Eileen Schauler (Tosca), Paula Chastain (shepherd), Plácido Domingo (Cavaradossi), Howard Fried (Spoletta), Chester Ludgin (Scarpia), Gimi Beni (sacristan), Eugene Brundage (Angelotti), Allan Pitt (Sciarrone), Louis MacKay (jailer); Walter Herbert, conductor; William Adams, director; Jack Montgomery, sets