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The beer-fuelled Mr Broucek's adventures take him through space and time: first to the moon and then to the middle of the revolution in 15th century Prague. By turns funny, surreal, tender and thrilling, the opera is full of wonderful portraits and parodies - of Janacek's homeland. Sung in English. Running time approx. 2 hours 30 minutes

Performers John Graham Hall (Broucek), Jonathan Best (Sacristan/Lunar Bore/Domsik of Bell), Anne Sophie Dupreis (Malinka/Etherea/Kunka), Adrian Dwyer (Student/Composer/Voiceova/Miroslav), Jeffrey Lloyd roberts (Mazal/Blankytny/Petrik), Frances McCafferty (Fanny Novakova/Kedruta), Donald Maxwell (Wurfi/Patron/Councillor), Philip O'Brien (Student/Allova/Vojta), Claire Wild (Potboy/Child Prodigy), Grant Doyle (Apparition).
Music Janacek. Company Opera North. Conductor Martin Andre. Director John Fulljames. Design Alex Lowde. Lighting Lucy Carter. Choreographer Ben Wright. Design Finn Ross.

The Adventures of Mr Broucek

The Adventures of Mr Broucek (Opera or Operetta) production archive for QTIX code T0733345644. Details of all The Adventures of Mr Broucek archived productions can be found under the QTIX code: S0912013077

Archive Listings

19 Nov 09Theatre Royal
Newcastle upon Tyne
Tyne and Wear
12 Nov 09The Lowry
Greater Manchester
5 Nov 09Theatre Royal
10 Oct 09
23 Oct 09
Grand Theatre and Opera House
West Yorkshire

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