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Berg's compelling drama, based upon Wedekind's erotic masterpiece. Exposing society's layers of eroticism and brutality, Lulu
presents a visceral, sometimes shocking look at the raw components of human nature in a world where sex is a commodity. Sung in English, with surtitles projected above the stagePerformers Brenda Rae (Lulu), Sarah Connolly (Countess Geschwitz), Michael Colvin (Painter/Second Client), James Morris (Dr Schon/Jack the Ripper), Nicky Spence (Alwa), Willard White (Schigolch), David Soar (Animal Tamer/Athlete), Jeffrey Lloyd-Roberts (Prince/Manservant/Marquis), Clare Presland (Schoolboy/Dresser/Waiter), Graeme Danby (Theatre Manager/Banker), Sarah Labiner (Fifteen-year-old Girl), Rebecca de Pont Davies (Girl's Mother), Sarah Champion (Female Artist), Geoffrey Dolton (Journalist).
Author A Berg. Producer English National Opera. Conductor Mark Wigglesworth. Director William Kentridge. Director Luc De Wit. Design Sabine Theunissen. Costume Greta Goiris. Lighting Urs Schonebaum. Design Catherine Meyburgh (video design). Other Kim Gunning (video operator). Translation Richard Stokes.
Lulu (Opera or Operetta) production archive for QTIX code T01821021137. Details of all Lulu archived productions
can be found under the QTIX code: S2005
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