Putting Salieri in charge of the narrative relieves us of any controversy regarding the depiction of Mozart
Garrett Harris 3 p.m., Sept. 19
Gioachino Rossini’s comedy. Count Almaviva comes in disguise to the house of Doctor Bartolo and serenades Rosina, whom Bartolo keeps confined to the house. Figaro the barber, who knows all the town's secrets and scandals, explains to Almaviva that Rosina is Bartolo's ward, not his daughter, and that the doctor intends to marry her.