Ring Cycle director Francesca Zambello has a gift for DC Theatre Scene readers

Opera director Francesca Zambello is as comfortable on the world’s largest stages as she is in a myriad of home kitchens around the world.

Francesca Zambello, Artistic Director for Washington National Opera and Glimmerglass Festival

The famed Washington National Opera Artistic Director splits her time between staging productions for Washington National Opera, such as this year’s acclaimed Americanized Ring Cycle and the Glimmerglass Festival where she is its artistic head and heart. She manages to find time to answer the call to direct in the some of the world’s most famed opera houses.

Wherever she lands, she heads to the kitchen, cooking her personal delicious recipes which she shares on her blog ‘Francesca’s Traveling iPad.’

This year, Francesca is gifting all DC Theatre Scene readers with her comfort food recipe for Roasted Winter Smashed Vegetables, perfect as a follow up dinner to those large holidays meals.

While you don’t have to donate to DC Theatre Scene to receive Francesca’s gift, it is her hope and ours that you will consider it.

To request Francesca Zambello’s recipe for Roasted Winter Smashed Vegetables

If you’d like to subscribe to Francesca’s Traveling iPad, click here.

In  case you didn’t know that our coverage includes opera, here is a view of our opera archives, most of it written by Susan Galbraith.

Lorraine Treanor About Lorraine Treanor

Lorraine Treanor has been editor of DC Theatre Scene since 2006. She has produced plays and concerts in her hometown of Chicago, and twice in the Capital Fringe festival. Her daughter Nina Norris is an artist working in Chicago. Life's a blast because she shares it with writer Tim Treanor.

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