BERNARDS TWP., NJ _ There will be one more Saturday night performance of Light Opera of New Jersey's production of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s comedic "Così fan tutte," directed by David Dollase with musical direction by Jason Tramm, at 8 p.m. on Saturday, April 13, at St. Mark’s Episcopal Church, 140 South Finley Avenue, in Basking Ridge. 

Tickets are available online at or by calling 908-903-0700.

Light Opera of New Jersey continues its 24th Season of operetta and musical theatre with Mozart’s classic opera buffa that tells the frivolous and absurd tale of four young lovers whose lives are being tampered with by their maid and their older mentor, who guide them down a spiraling path of new love and heartache.

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The comic antics take place along with some of the most beautiful music Mozart wrote during his short career. 

Making his LONJ debut with this production, David Dollase is a director, actor, singer, performance coach and writer with over 35 years experience as a professional in the performing arts. In addition to directing plays, musical theater, opera and operetta, Dollase has performed on Broadway, Off-Broadway, on multiple Broadway national tours and appeared in regional theaters across the country as well as several network television series. 

Also making his LONJ debut with his musical direction, Maestro Jason Tramm serves as Artistic Director and Principal Conductor with the MidAtlantic Opera with whom he made his Carnegie Hall (Stern Auditorium) debut in 2015. He also serves as Music Director of Teatro Lirico D’Europa, a touring professional opera company. 

Così will be presented in English with orchestra. Tickets available now at the LONJ page or by calling 908-903-0700.

Additional cast information

Marie Alu is cast as as Despina; Ian Castro as Ferrando; Sonya Headlam as Fiordiligi; David Murray as Don Alfonso; Greg Voinier as Guiglielmo;  and Laura Zahn as Dorabella.  

Ensemble performers include: Christian Arencibia, Rider Foster, Cornelia Lotito, Allison Arnold and Paige Porter. 

LONJ is a premier operetta, opera, and musical theater company founded in 1995 by William Corson, Executive Director, and Lauran Corson, Artistic Director. To learn more about upcoming productions, visit,