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Posts tagged opera review

February 5, 2007

 

IU Opera Theater: Arlecchino and Too Many Sopranos

The IU Opera Theater opens their spring semester with a contrasting pair of comedies: Edwin Penhorwood’s "Too Many Sopranos" and Ferruccio Busoni’s "Arlecchino." Guest Kevin Noe conducts, The stage direction and choreography are by Vincent Liotta. Robert O’Hearn designed the sets and costumes. "Two Many Sopranos" opens in heaven. A basso St. Peter explains to […]

September 25, 2006

 

IU Opera Theater: Don Giovanni

The IU Opera Theater’s production of Mozart’s Don Giovanni is played well and sung well. The staging satisfyingly offers both dramatic action and space for the lovely extended vocal pieces. There is a new cleverly designed and beautifully executed set and costumes by C. David Higgins. Mozart’s Don Giovanni is described as a tragic-comedy. The […]

July 31, 2006

 

IU Opera Theater: The Mikado

The IU Opera Theater’s summer offering is Gilbert and Sullivan’s "The Mikado or the Town of Titipu." It’s a delightful comedy set in a fictitious Japan which somehow seems to have lots of the foibles and peculiarities of Victorian England . Titipu has a remarkably compact administration. Pooh-Bah, Robert Brandt, holds the offices of First […]

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