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Goose to be cooked

Our Own Sanford graces the stage of Amore Opera tomorrow night as Dr. Bartolo in The Marriage of Figaro, and you can get $10 off ticket prices using the discount code “opening10”.  He further treads the boards on the October 22, 24 and 30.

18 comments

  • 1
    CruzSF says:

    In bocca al lupo, Sanford.

  • 2
    brooklynpunk says:

    TOI…TOI..TOI..!!, SANFORD…..!!

  • 3
    Sanford says:

    Well, thanks. Last night was the dress rehearsal and it was really good, so I’m psyched.

  • 4
    Camille says:

    GO SANFORD!

    I won’t say break a leg because I am afraid of that but I will say, once more, how PROUD I am of your continued success and the perseverance and effort it has taken on your part.

    Go get them!!

    • 4.1
      Baltsamic Vinaigrette says:

      Maybe break a Legge, Sanford?

      This is tremendously exciting. In the past La C has indicated that she knows a few stars that contribute to these august pages, and perhaps some of you privately have an idea or two about who’s really who; but Sanford, so far as I know, you’re the first pro to do so transparently.

      Pride just took on a whole new layer of meaning.

      GO SANFORD!

  • 5
    Buster says:

    Excellent! I hope you have a lot of fun.

  • 6
    Lily Bart says:

    May your vengeance be sweet, Dr. Bartolo. Have a blast!

  • 7
    celmo says:

    Sanford, I’m certain you will have a big success and remember your Anna is listening from high!

  • 8
    manou says:

    Fingers crossed, Sanford! Do let us know how it went -- and remember to have fun as well.

  • 9
    Ruxxy says:

    I knew him when he was a nobody :) Go Sanford!…and remember….you’re going out there as a singer but you’ll come back as a STAR!

  • 10
    Ruxxy says:

    …and as a dear friend told me before a gig a couple of years ago- if it all falls to sh*t- just show them your arse!

  • 11

    That’s great Sanford!!!!! We are all with you! You couldn’t have asked for better publicity even if you had hired Mary Lou Falcone!!!

  • 12
    Cocky Kurwenal says:

    Toi, toi, toi Sanford.

  • 13
    Sanford says:

    I hate stage fright.

    Thank you all for your good wishes. I hope some fo the NYC contingent are able to attend, even if they see other casts. All of the singers are wonderful.

  • 14
    Sanford says:

    Oops. I think I gave our doyenne wrong info. I perform on the 14th, 22nd, 26th and 30th, but not on the 24th.

  • 15
    Sanford says:

    “The Don Bartolo of Sanford Schimel enlivened proceedings whenever present, with some of the most stylish singing of the evening. Admirable comic timing and sharp diction made his Bartolo a likable relative of some of Gilbert and Sullivan’s similarly pretentious protagonists. ”

    From Opera Obsession.