This production was nominated by the Critics' Association as the best production of 2005.
I decided to take a fresh look at this work, setting it in the 1930s and 40s while maintaining the archetypal character of each personality in the plot.
Conductor: Carlos Vieu
Director: Rita Cosentino
Set Design: Diego Siliano
Costumes: Luciana Gutman
Lighting: Horacio Efron
Omar Carrión (Rigoletto), Enrique Folger / Gabriel Centeno (Duke of Mantua), Fabiola Masino (Gilda), Walter Schwarz (Sparafucile), Mónica Sardi (Maddalena), Christian Peregrino / Marcelo Mansilla (Monterone), Juan González Cueto (Borsa), Norberto Marcos (Marullo), Nahuel Di Pierro (Count Ceprano), Vanesa Aguesa Benítez (Countess Ceprano), Cecilia Jakubowicz / Renata Schneider (Giovanna), Miguel Facal (Court Usher), Gladys Albicoro (Page).
Buenos Aires Lírica Orchestra and Chorus. Chorus Director: Juan Casasbellas.