Giacomo Puccini’s Tosca is a thrilling roller-coaster ride of political intrigue, passion, and betrayal, filled with some of the most ravishing music in opera. A feast for both the eye and ear, this truly grand opera will satisfy opera lovers, new and old, with magnificent singing, exquisite sets, and sumptuous costumes.

Puccini’s Tosca contains material which may not be suitable for all audiences. Set in Rome in 1800, a time of great political upheaval, the production contains scenes of highly theatrical violence: torture, attempted sexual assault, gun shots, suicide, and death.

Discover Classical Interviews

Learn more about Tosca with interviews with Opera Artistic Director, Kathleen Clawson, Caitlin Gotimer, and Emmy-winning baritone, Reginald Smith, Jr., on Discover Classical.

Kathleen Clawson, Opera Artistic Director and Caitlin Gotimer, Tosca

Reginald Smith, Jr, Baron Scarpia