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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. Running time approx. 3 hours 40 mins.Performers Lisa Saffer (Lulu), Robert Hayward (Dr Schon/Jack the Ripper), Jeffrey Lloyd-Roberts (Alwa), Gwynne Howell (Schigolch), Susan Parry (Countess Geschwitz), Anna Burford (Dresser/Schoolboy/Waiter), Graeme Danby (Professor of Medicine/Theatre Manager/Banker/First Client), Richard Coxon (Painter/Client), Robert Poulton (Animal Tamer/Acrobat), Alan Oke (African Prince/Manservant/Marquis), Toby Stafford-Allen (Journalist).
Author A Berg. Corporate Sponsor Sky. Corporate Sponsor Artsworld. Company English National Opera. Conductor Paul Daniels. Conductor Anthony Legge (May 7). Director Richard Jones. Design Paul Steinberg. Costume Buki Shiff. Lighting Pat Collins. Translation Richard Stokes. Director Annilese Miskimmon (associate director). Director Linda Dobell (movement director).
Lulu (Opera or Operetta) production archive for QTIX code T1504509767. Details of all Lulu archived productions
can be found under the QTIX code: S2005
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