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Katya Kabanova is a woman with a gentle soul and a passionate nature, drowning in a narrow-minded small town society. She is married to Tichon, a weak man entirely under the thumb of his nightmare of a mother, Kabanicha. Katya has caught the eye of the romantic Boris, and when Tichon leaves on a business trip, temptation proves impossible to resist. Katya and Boris embark on a passionate affair, spending every night together. But when her husband returns, a storm breaks in Katya's heart and mind. Overwhelmed by a sense of guilt, she feels compelled to confess her sin. New Production - Sung in Czech with English surtitles. Co-production with Grand Theatre de Geneve.Performers Alan Fairs (Dikoj), Ian Storey (Boris Grigorievich), Suzanne Murphy (Marfa Kabanova-Kabanicha), Peter Hoare (Tichon Ivanich Kabanov), Claire Bradshaw (Varvara), Nuccia Focile (Katerina Kabanova), Nicholas Sears.
Music Janaceck. Book by Ostrovsky. Company Welsh National Opera. Conductor Carlo Rizzi (until Jan 28). Conductor Gareth Jones (from Jul 5). Producer Katie Michell. Design Vicki Mortimer. Lighting Paule Constable. Choreographer Struan Leslie.
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