By Nino Pantano
Special to Brooklyn Daily Eagle
BENSONHURST — The performance of Tosca on Sunday, Nov. 21, by Brooklyn’s Regina Opera gave the large audience everything they could desire. Tosca, an opera in three acts, composed by Giacomo Puccini with a libretto by Giuseppe Giacosa and Luigi Illica, is the tale of the actress Floria Tosca, the lustful chief of Police Baron Scarpia and her political-prisoner lover Mario Cavaradossi.
In the title role, Christina Rohm was a riveting Tosca. Rohm’s soprano
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