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And at almost three hours, with two intermissions, this may not be a good entry opera for those new to the art. Kurt Benrud is a graduate of Cary High School and N. State University, and he has taught English at both. He has served on the board of directors for both the Cary Players and the Cary Playwrights’ Forum.
However, there is a lot of good here to enjoy, with the orchestra, the lovely sets, and the voices. He is also a volunteer reader with Triangle Radio Reading Service.
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Scarpia tells Tosca that she can end Cavardossi’s pain by telling him what she knows about Angelotti.
Further, if she will submit to Scarpia’s carnal desires, Scarpia promises to set Cavardossi free.
In order to get information about Angelotti’s whereabouts, the sadistic Scarpia decides to use his power to manipulate Tosca (Alexandra Lobianco), who is an acclaimed singer and the girlfriend of Cavardossi.
While Tosca does not trust Scarpia, she cannot bear to hear her lover in pain, so she gives Scarpia the location of Angelotti.
Further, she agrees to have sex with Scarpia only if he will guarantee Cavaradossi’s safely as well as her own. We must give kudos to costume designer Glenn Avery Reed and set designer David Gano.
, sung in Italian with English supertitles, conducted by Joseph Rescigno and directed by David Paul, with lighting by Tlaloc Lopez-Watermann, it is 1800 in Rome.
Napoleon’s forces are bearing down on the city, threatening to occupy the town.
Scarpia has Cavardossi arrested, and he forces Tosca to bear witness to his torture.