Thursday, May 4, 2017

"This is the short and the long of it."
- Mistress Quickly, "The Merry Wives of Windsor," II.ii

The short of it is that Resonance Works closes its fourth full season next week with Verdi's Falstaff, a performance featuring comedy, star-crossed lovers, disguises, seduction, and brilliant music!

The long of it is Res Works has assembled a brilliant cast and crew from Pittsburgh and across the country to present this witty and raucous opera.  Conspire with the Merry Wives as they plot to teach Sir John a lesson!  Be swept off your feet with the love story between Nannetta and Fenton!  Laugh with and at Sir John's trials and tribulations as he learns that "All the world is a prank/Man is born a joker/But the best laugh is that/Which is laughed last."

Join us on Mother's Day weekend for "Every mortal/Laughs at every other," and we wouldn't want you to miss a single laugh...or note!  Get your tickets now and save $5!

Falstaff preview today, May 4, on WQED-FM!
This afternoon at 2pm, listen to WQED-FM as Anna Singer gets all the scoop on our Falstaff from stage director Stephanie Havey, tenor Joseph Gaines, and conductor Maria Sensi Sellner!

 Resonance Works tickets are now sold through the Pittsburgh-based ShowClix!  Visit

The Cast of Falstaff
Inspired by Pittsburgh’s industrial and economic reinvention, Resonance Works is an artist-driven, multi-modal performing arts company dedicated to exploring the confluence of artist, audience, music, and space.
Falstaff is at the Charity Randall Theater on the campus of the University of Pittsburgh at 8 p.m. on May 12 and at 3 p.m. on May 14.

Resonance Works Pittsburgh
PO Box 81118
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15217

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