25 Feb '17, 4pm

Toi toi toi to director Dan Wallace Miller for his contribution in "Kátya Kabanová" with Seattle Opera OPENING...

Toi toi toi to director Dan Wallace Miller for his contribution in "Kátya Kabanová" with Seattle Opera OPENING...

Who’s Who (and how do you say their names)? Kátya Kabanová (KAH-tyah KAH-bah-noh-vah) is a beautiful, frustrated young woman full of passionate spirituality. Tichon (TEEK-ckhon – ‘ch’ like Scottish ‘loch’), her husband, drinks away his misery. Kabanicha (KAH-bahn-eek-ckhah – ‘ch’ like Scottish ‘loch’), his mother, has no human feelings left at all, only the rules of traditional proper behavior. Varvara (VAHR-vahr-ah), Kabanicha’s foster-daughter, knows what she wants and isn’t afraid to go and take it. Kudrjás (KOOD-ryash), her lover, is a smart young man. Dikoj (DEE-koy), his boss, is a wealthy old merchant, a bully, and an oaf. Boris (BOH-rees), Dikoj’s nephew, a dazzlingly well-bred urbanite, is out of place in this opera’s rustic setting. Leoš Janáček (LAY-ohsh YA-nah-chechk) composed this opera. The Story ACT I Scene 1: Outside the Kabanov house, afternoon Kudrjas, a ...

Full article: https://www.seattleopera.org/on-stage/katya-kabanova/

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