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Oberlin in Photos

March 25, 2020

Yvonne Gay

Two actors dressed in 18th century costume hold hands on stage.
Photo credit: Yevhen Gulenko

Così fan tutte (loosely translated “They’re all like that”) was the last—and least performed—of three operas that joined Mozart with librettist Lorenzo Da Ponte, following Le nozze di Figaro and Don Giovanni. It revolves around the relationships of two newly betrothed couples. Photos by Yevhen Gulenko

 

 

Two men in 18th century military uniforms sing on stage.

A maid and man sing on stage.

Two women cry on stage.

A maid laughs while holding a military jacket.

Two men dressed in colorful clothing sing on stage.

See more photos on Oberlin Flickr.


 

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