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Giacomo Rossini wrote L'Italiana in Algeri in only 18 days when he was 21 years old - and now, almost 200 years later, audiences still thrill at both the manic energy and elegant melodies that make it a masterpiece. This light-hearted production from the Teatro Comunale di Bologona stars Anna Maria Sarra as the broken-hearted Elvira, Michele Pertusi as the lecherous MustafĂ , Edgardo Rocha as the devoted Lindoro, and Marianna Pizzolato as the smart and resourceful Italian girl of the title.

Director: Francesco Esposito and Paolo Olmi
Cast: Michele Pertusi, Anna Maria Serra, Giuseppina Bridelli, Alessandro Busi, Marianna Pizzolato, Edgardo Rocha and Paolo Bordogna

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