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Erismena, a Venetian comedy with some modern twists, was produced specifically for a tour of four remarkable Irish church buildings in September 2001r: St Werburgh¹s Church in Dublin, Christ Church Cathedral in Waterford, St Nicholas' Church in Galway and St George¹s Church in Belfast. The story is an exciting one, full of sexual confusion and cross dressing, and is depicted in lush sound - seven voices combining with period instruments (theorbo, harp, violins, viola da gamba, bass violin, recorders, organ and harpsichord). Sung in English

Performers Jonathan Peter Kenny, Laura Mitchell, Rachel Nicholls, Patricia Orr, Huw Rhys-Evans, Andrew Slater, David Stout.
Music Cavalli. Company English Touring Opera. Conductor Brian Gordon. Director James Conway. Director Joseph Alford (Revival Director). Design Rodney Grant.

Erismena

Erismena (Opera or Operetta) production archive for QTIX code T1992433828. Details of all Erismena archived productions can be found under the QTIX code: S1894966075

Archive Listings

28 Nov 06Theatre Royal
Bath
Bath & North East Somerset
24 Nov 06Malvern Theatres
Malvern
Worcestershire
17 Nov 06The Coro (Coronation Hall Theatre )
Ulverston
Cumbria
24 Oct 06Northcott Theatre
Exeter
Devon
18 Oct 06Arts Theatre
Cambridge
Cambridgeshire
7 Oct 06Hackney Empire
Outer London
Greater London

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