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The story of the gypsy girl Carmen whose love and passion switch from one man to another with tragic consequences. Probably the world's most famous opera and tunes. A Spanish story of love, treachery, passion and betrayal.Performers Christina Nassif (Carmen - some dates), Louise Poole (Carmen - some dates), John Dazsak (Jose - some dates), John Hudson Don (Jose - some dates), Elizabeth Atherton (Micaela - some dates), Lee Bissett (Micaela - some dates), Carlos Archuleta (Escamillo - some dates0, David Kempster (Escamillo - some dates), Claire Wild (Frasquita), Susan Atherton (Mercedes), Andrew Rupp (Dancairo), Aled Hall (Remendado).
Music Bizet. Lyrics Meilhac. Lyrics Halevy. Book by Merimee. Producer Raymond Gubbay. Company Royal Philharmonic Orchestra. Director David Freeman. Design David Roger. Costume David Roger. Musical Director Peter Robinson. Choreographer Robert North. Lighting Andrew Bridge. Translation Amanda Holden.
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