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Arena di Verona
by Giacomo Puccini
Puccini's genius pays homage to the Diva in a heart-pounding lyrical thriller, featuring two of his most famous arias: “Vissi d'arte” and “E lucevan le stelle”.
In Rome, June 1800, the former consul Angelotti escapes from Castel Sant'Angelo and takes refuge in the church of Sant'Andrea della Valle. He's aided by the artist Mario Cavaradossi, who supports the revolutionary cause and loves the singer Floria Tosca But the diabolical Baron Scarpia is on their tail, aiming to capture Angelotti and make Tosca his own. In her desperate attempt to save her beloved, Tosca makes a fateful decision.
“Arde a Tosca folle amor!” From 2 to 30 August, audience members’ hearts will be set ablaze during four performances of Giacomo Puccini's masterpiece. This lavish interpretation, conceived by director, set designer, and costume designer Hugo De Ana, presents an authentic lyrical thriller filled with suspense. Set in Rome in the 1800s, it's enriched with timeless arias like “Vissi d'arte” and “E lucevan le stelle”.
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