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DetailsAuthor Romani (after Hugo).
Archive listings for Lucrezia Borgia
Work type: Opera or Operetta
|New Production. The groundbreaking British film-maker Mike Figgis makes his operatic debut with one of the Italian composer’s most psychologically profound masterpieces. Figgis has directed some of the most significant cinema of recent years, including the Oscar-winning Leaving Las Vegas starring Nicolas Cage. Claire Rutter, star of ENO’s Zandra Rhodes-designed Aida, returns as Renaissance Italy’s darkest femme fatale, with rising young American tenor Michael Fabiano (who made an impressive UK debut as the Duke in ENO’s Rigoletto in 2009) as Lucrezia’s long-lost son.Producer English National Opera. Conductor Paul Daniel. Director Mike Figgis. Design Es Devlin. Costume Brigitte Reiffenstuehl. Lighting Peter Mumford. Translation Paul Daniel. Performer Claire Rutter (Lucrezia Borgia). Performer Michael Fabiano (Gennaro). Performer Elizabeth DeShong (Maffio Orsini). Performer Alastair Miles (Alfonso d'Este). |
|31 Jan 11 to 3 Mar 11||London Coliseum, West End :: V376|
listing details L602743982
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