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PREVIEW: The Look of Tosca

Scarpia (Stephen Powell) revels in his diabolical plan. Photo by Dan Norman.

Minnesota Opera’s Tosca opens tomorrow. Here’s a look at the production and the gorgeous sets and costumes by Lorenzo Cutùli; all photos by Dan Norman.

 

Painter Mario Cavaradossi (Leonardo Capalbo) works on his latest masterpiece.
Painter Mario Cavaradossi (Leonardo Capalbo) works on his latest masterpiece.
Floria Tosca (Kelly Caduce) distracts Mario Cavaradossi (Leonardo Capalbo) from his work.
Floria Tosca (Kelly Caduce) distracts Mario Cavaradossi (Leonardo Capalbo) from his work.
Scarpia (Stephen Powell) gives Tosca (Kelly Kaduce) an indecent proposal.
Scarpia (Stephen Powell) gives Tosca (Kelly Kaduce) an indecent proposal.
...which naturally has no potential negative repercussions for her lover, Cavaradossi (Leonardo Capalbo). Nope - none!
…which naturally has no potential negative repercussions for her lover, Cavaradossi (Leonardo Capalbo). Nope – none!
Nope, not at all.
Nope, not at all.
The Sacristan (Benjamin Sieverding) is one of the surviving cast members left to pick up the pieces and clean up the mess.
The Sacristan (Benjamin Sieverding) is one of the surviving cast members left to pick up the pieces and clean up the mess.

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