Eugene Onegin

By Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky

Lenski, introduces his friend Eugene Onegin to the woman he is courting, Olga, and her sister, Tatiana. Tatiana falls in love with Onegin, and writes him a letter proclaiming her love. He responds by saying they can only be friends, and that she should learn to control her emotions. Later, at Tatiana’s birthday party, Onegin flirts and dances with Olga. Lenski challenges Onegin to a duel. Although both are filled with remorse over the situation, neither stops the duel and Lenski is killed. Several years later, Onegin returns to St. Petersburg to find Tatiana married to Prince Gremin. He tries to convince her to run away with him. She responds that while she still loves Onegin, she will not leave her husband.

Eugene Onegin will be performed in Russian

Performances: April 26th, 28th, May 3rd, 5th, 2019
McCullough Theatre

Tatiana: Zoe Chunghui Kim (Jimin Lee, cover)

Onegin: Taehwan Kim & Mikhail Smigelski

Lenski: Sangmoon Lee (Taiwon Kim, cover)

Olga: Jill Morgan

Larina: Aarianna Longino

Filippyevna: Heather Lewis

Gremin: Reagan Murdock

Triquet: Taiwon Kim (Avery Yebernetsky, cover)

Zaretsky: Evan Cooper

 

Chorus:

Sop: Sofia Follman, Chantal Freeman, Chang Liu, Sydney Perez, Anneliese Sandoval

Mez: Alexia Angelides, Brigid Becker, Lauren Gusman, Lauren Searls, Emma Zahniser

Ten: Andrew Breuninger, Zoe Karahouni, Taiwon Kim, Nicholas Ryland, Avery Yebernetsky

Bar: Christopher Auchter, Luke Berringer, Evan Cooper, Paul Hainey

 

Conductors: James Conlon (Apr 26), Kelly Kuo

Stage Director: Robert DeSimone

Principal Coach: Tamara Sanikidze

Assistant Conductor: Yoona Jeong

Music staff: Gongming Jiang, Shih-Han Su