I have three other versions, some are funnier, some have more exotic or interesting sets but none have a better all round cast.
The first set is a large kitchen, it actually looks like one, a good start. Raquela Sheeran and Lucia Cirillo are excellent in all respects as the sisters Clorinda and Tisbe.
Luciano Di Pasquale makes a brilliant villainous Don Magnifico, and though not without a few amusing moments, he is the most dislikable of all my versions. He has a rich base baritone. You will love to hate him!
Angelina (Cinderella) has a rich mezzo voice with pleasing coloratura, very expressive voice, and becomes more convincing as the opera progresses.
Nathan Bery has a rich baritone and is well cast as the manipulative, wise Alidoro.
Simone Aberghini is full of character as Dandini and really throws himself into the part. He too has a great coloratura.
I have left the best until last, Maxim Miranov is ideal as the prince , he has a light and very pleasing tenor with some higher notes that strike a chord in my ears.
He is ideal for this sort of role.
The basis for the rest of the action is a hall with a couple of doorways, which withdraws to reveal in turn a wine cellar, a grand staircase, and a throne room.
Close interactions between the characters are held in the hallway and open scenes in the broader sets.
One highlight is the scene where Dandini reveals his true identity to Magnifico.
Back in the kitchen the storm sequence is particularly well staged.
To finish the action moves to the throne room of the palace where Angelina is magnanimous beyond belief, but that is the story.
Just a word on the costumes they are all appropriate, one or two versions I have seen take them to comic extremes.