Few operas are as delightful as Mozart’s "The Marriage of Figaro," considered by many to be the most perfect opera ever written. Picking up where "The Barber of Seville" left off, the action takes place on a single day of madness in the palace of Count Almaviva where the bloom is off the rose. The Count has developed a wandering eye and has set his sights on wily Figaro’s bride-to-be, Susannah, neglecting his own wife, Rosina. What follows is a rousing and poignant comedy of misplaced identities, misbegotten plans and general misbehaving. All ends well as love is restored, families are reunited and Figaro finally gets his bride.