In 'Cosi,' passion rules

  • Article by: LARRY FUCHSBERG , Special to the Star Tribune
  • Updated: September 26, 2011 - 8:47 PM

REVIEW: Minnesota Opera's "Cosi Fan Tutte" steers adroitly between brittle farce and vivid drama.

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tcarlsenSep. 26, 11 3:14 PM

Well said! We had a great time at this show and thought the outstanding acting by the four charming, young, handsome stars made the show terrific. During intermission and as we walked out at the end, we heard many people around us say how terrific the show was. The music by Mozart was great. The acting was very funny at times and yet sincerely emotional at other times (and believable). I had expected to be mildly disappointed with the ridiculous plot (offensive to some), but the magic of the two men and two women (and the director) pulled it off marvelously (and with many laughs). I can't imagine this opera being done any better.

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