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Amongst the most popular of Verdi's operas, La traviata is the work of a master of the musical drama. Its perfumed arias and soaring choruses vividly depict the ravishingly decadent but glamorous world of Parisian high society as the background to a heart rending story of romantic happiness destroyed. Original book called
La Dame aux Camelias
Performers , (dance captain) Joanna Jeffries , (Violetta Valery) Linda Richardson , (Flora) Rebecca Afonwy-Jones , (Marquis d'Oblgny) Philip Lloyd-Evans , (Baron Douphol) Jack O'Kelly , (Gaston) Howard Kirk , (Alfredo Germont - until Mar 1) Peter Sonn , (Alfredo Germont - Mar 4/8/11) Ji-Min Park , (Alfredo Germont from Mar 15) Leonardo Capalbo , (Annina) Sian Meinir , (Giuseppe) Michael Clifton-Thompson , (Giorglo Germont) Alan Opie , (Doctor Grenvil) Martin Lloyd , (Messenger) George Newton-Fitzgerald , (Flora's Servant) Laurence Cole , Esther Fuge , Joanna Jeffries , Sophia McGregor , Jenna Sloan , Gordon Brandie , Nicholas Keegan . Ashley James Orwin Music . Verdi Lyrics . Francesco Maria Piave Book by . Dumas Company . Welsh National Opera Conductor . Simon Phillippo Director . David McVicar Director (revival). Sarah Crisp Design . Tanya McCallin Lighting . Jennifer Tipton Choreographer . Andrew George Lighting (realised on tour). Benjamin Naylor Choreographer (revival). Colm Seery
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