Character : A cunning country girl, self-assured yet humble servant or bright soubrette, always impertinent but with a keen wit, Colombina is either the daughter, the wife or the
mistress of Pantalone; she can be Pierrot’s friend or a romantic and playful ingenue to Harlequin.
Colombina is the best known of the servants. She is the old Pantalone’s housekeeper. She is young and pretty, resourceful, firm and naughty with a quick repartee and easy virtue. She is an incomparable liar and uses treachery to advance her own romances or those of her young Mistresses. Very astute, she leads Harlequin by the nose. Pantalone finds himself enamored by her feminine charm and attempts to court her, inciting Harlequin to jealous fits.
Costume and Mask : Colombine occasionally wears a light vest over a multicolored skirt as well as a small white apron. She rarely wears a mask but, if so, it will be a rather feminine but quite ordinary black velvet loup.