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A world of exotic and dangerous decadence. The story of the young Princess of Judea's catastrophic sexual awakening in the corrupt world of Herod's court where she develops a violent sexual obsession with John the Baptist. The original play was often banned and always controversial. Sung in German with English supertitles.

Performers Helen Field (Salome), Robert Hayward (Jokanaan), alan Woodrow, Elizabeth Vaughan, Richard Coxon, Leah Marian Jones, Declan McCusker, Ovidiiu Haidu, Campbell Russell, Alex Morrison, David Morrison, Stephen Garner, Paul Anwyl, William Mackie, Philip Casperd, Mark Jacques, Carolyn Murray, John Dallas, Stella Litchfield, Margaret Izatt, Frances Morrison, Jane-Marie O'Brien, Paul Cook, Jonathan Hawkins, Andre Hopwood, David Llewellyn, William Coleman, Trevor Swann.
Music Strauss. Lyrics Lachmann. Book by Oscar Wilde (1905). Company Scottish Opera (in co-operation with [Welsh National Opera]). Director Andre Engel. Director Richard Armstrong (music). Design Nick Rieti. Costume Elizabeth Neumuller. Lighting Andre Diot. Choreographer Francoise Gres. Conductor Richard Armstrong.


Salome (Opera or Operetta) production archive for QTIX code T0293030532. Details of all Salome archived productions can be found under the QTIX code: S2079

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