Opera San José launches its 2022-23 season with an all-new production of Mozart's The Marriage of Figaro,transported to colonial India during Victorian Imperial rule. Sexual politics and class resentments play out through the prism of shifting power and revolution, culminating in a sparkling Indian wedding that will bring the exuberance of Bollywood to the California Theatre stage. Opera San José will join forces with Mosaic America to bring Indian classical dance to Mozart’s masterpiece. Internationally acclaimed conductor Viswa Subbaraman makes his company debut at the podium, while director Brad Dalton returns to stage this vibrant production. The opera will feature Maya Kherani as Susanna, Efraín Solís as Figaro, Eugene Brancoveanu as Count Almaviva, Maria Natale as Countess Almaviva, Deepa Johnny as Cherubino, Tahanee Aluwihare as Marcellina, Matthew Anchel as Dr. Bartolo, Zhengyi Bai as Don Basilio, Krishna Raman as Don Curzio, Melissa Sondhi as Barbarina, and Jesús Vicente Murillo as Antonio. The Marriage of Figaro will be sung in Italian, with English and Spanish supertitles.