Singers call Donizetti’s screwball comedy The Daughter of the Regiment a “high C’s adventure” because of the demands it makes on tenors. What was he thinking when he concocted a story about a girl raised by Napoleon’s rowdy grenadiers? He was thinking fun, and that’s what this opera is, with a proper ration of opera-like conflict tossed in, of course. Marie, that little girl, has come of age and fallen in love with the handsome Tonio. Key characters oppose their union, but rest assured. It all ends with a happily ever after. The Atlanta Opera sings this 1840 confectiono in French with English supertitles. Note: These seats are in the B Mezzanine.
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