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PHOTOS: A Mill City Summer Opera Retrospective

Eric Morris as Beppe, Jill Gardner as Nedda, Richard Crawley as Canio, and Andrew Wilkowske as Tonio in the Mill City Summer Opera’s inaugural 2012 production of Pagliacci at the Mill City Ruins.

Mill City Summer Opera’s latest summer extravaganza, María de Buenos Aires, is currently playing at The Machine Factory while its regular home, the Mill City Museum Courtyard, is undergoing conservation work. Here’s a look back at the last five years of MCSO productions.

Pagliacci (2012) featured scenic designs by Narelle Sissons, costume designs by Jennifer Caprio, and lighting designs by Steve TenEyck.
The Barber of Seville (2013) featured a set designed by Jo Winiarski, costumes designed by Jennifer Caprio, lighting design by Steve TenEyck, and wig and makeup designs by Jason Allen.
Tosca (2014) featured set designs by Timothy Mackabee, costume designs by Jennifer Caprio, lighting designs by Steve Teneyck, and wig and makeup designs by Jason Allen.
MCSO’s Daughter of the Regiment (2015) featured a set designed by Jo Winiarski, costume designs by Jessica Jahn, lighting design by Jaymi Smith, and wig and makeup designs by Jason Allen.
Sweeney Todd (2016) featured set designs by Narelle Sissons, costume designs by Jennifer Caprio, lighting designs by Tom Mays, and wigs and makeup designs by Jason Allen.
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