Alicia Gianni, as the servant Dorabella, was made up to look like a pampered rich girl, which didn't quite make sense with the plot, but she certainly got into the spirit of things with panache. She also brought a strong, warm, colorful soprano to the assignment. Carlos Monzon was a vocally lightweight, yet spirited, Don Alfonso. Conductor Timothy Myers led a basically breezy, yet often quite sensitive, performance (the Act 1 trio was allowed an affecting breadth). The lively orchestra could have used firmer strings and a bit more discipline.