The only proper place to enjoy opera is in a stuffy concert hall, surrounded by blue-haired grand dames and old men in stiff collared penguin suits. Not anymore.
All season long, opera companies around the world have celebrated the 200th anniversary of the birth of Giuseppe Verdi. Florida Grand Opera pays tribute to the Italian composer with its own grand production of Verdi’s first major success, “Nabucco.”
Puccini’s beloved opera, “Tosca,” currently being presented by Florida Grand Opera (FGO) is a musical tale of love and tragedy, but the real drama could be found backstage before the Sunday, March 30 matinee.