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Based on Shakespeare's The Merry Wives of Windsor
, a comedy of deceit, ego and trickery in which the (almost) good wives of Windsor give Sir John Falstaff his come-uppance. Revival Production. Sung in Italian with English Supertitles.Performers Laurent Naouri (Falstaff), Ailyn Perez (Alice Ford), Foman Burdenko (Ford), Lucia Cirillo (Meg Page), Susanne Resmark (Mistress Quicklyn), Elena Tsallagova (Nannetta), Antonio Poli (Fenton), Graham Clark (Dr Cajus), Colin Judson (Bardolfo), Paolo Battaglia (Pistola).
Music Verdi. Book by Shakespeare. Lyrics Boito. Producer Glyndebourne Festival Opera. Conductor Mark Elder. Director Richard Jones. Director Sarah Fahie (revival director). Design Ultz. Lighting Mimi Jordan Sherin. Company Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment. Company The Glyndebourne Chorus.
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