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Lorenzo da Ponte , Mozart's librettist, saw to that. With rape and murder in the opening scene, it's already explicit enough, you might suppose. Yet in updating the action in Mid-Wales Opera 's new staging, the director Martin Lloyd-Evans has not
Mozart's Don Giovanni epitomising what philosopher Michel Foucault has called the sombre madness of sex' is a perennial enigma. One current view is that he's gay, but director Daniel Slater offers a new idea. After aggressively switching on the
New productions of familiar operas are often so far-fetched that you're lost without a programme to help piece together what does happen with what's supposed to happen. Not at London nightclub Heaven, however, where Richard Crichton and Dominic Gray'
Across the Irish Sea it's usually Dublin that gets a lot of shine for its party scene whereas Northe... The problem of the 'difficult' second album has long been a part of musical lore, but in reality, it... Suggested Topics There is hell-fire enough
Saturday Don Giovanni' (encore Nov. 11), (3 hrs 55 min., one intermission), 11 a.m. > NOV. 5 Siegfried' (5 hrs 56 min, two intermissions), 10 a.m. > NOV. 11 Don Giovanni' encore, 6:30 p.m. > NOV. 19 Satyagraha' (4 hrs 8 min, two intermissions), 11 a.
Sara Krulwich/The New York Times Mariusz Kwiecien working with his physical therapist Rebecca Blanchard. Mr. Kwiecien, the Polish baritone scheduled to perform the title role in Mozart's Don Giovanni, made the lunge during a dress rehearsal at the
It's all smoke, mirrors and superb singing in S.F. Opera's new 'Don Giovanni' Sue Gilmore Contra Costa Times Posted: 10/17/2011 03:35:34 PM PDT Updated: 10/17/2011 03:35:34 PM PDT Mirror, mirror, on the wall, who's the vilest of them all?
It has been more than a half-century since the Metropolitan Opera debuted a successful staging of Mozart's "Don Giovanni." The wait continues. A disappointing, dull production by Michael Grandage opened Thursday night, replacing
Robbie Jack/Corbis There's no doubting the good intentions of Welsh National Opera's new production of Don Giovanni. But fixing on Rodin's The Gates of Hell as the central design inspiration and making the Don an Allen Jones-style sculpture-collector
Jonathan Kent sees the prime challenge of Don Giovanni' as being to find a way to give its hero a life', since his mix of charm and demonic psychopathy is entirely unexplained: he wants it to be clear that this is the first time the Don has killed,