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Based on Gozzi's comedy. In a mythical land the Prime Minister is commanded to create an entertainment to make the Prince laugh and save him from his fatal melancholy - but the Prime Minister is secretly plotting his death. When the prince offends a witch he is sent to get three oranges. Each contains a princess, but the first two die of thirst when their oranges are cut open. The third is saved but is turned into a rat until the good witch restores things to their rightful place. Sung in French with surtitles.

Performers Clive Bayley (King of Clubs), Jeffrey Lloyd Roberts (The Prince), Anne-Marie Owens (Princess Clarissa), Henry Waddington (Leandro), Wynne Evans (Truffaldino), Quentin Hayes (Pantaloon), Vuyani Milande (The Magician), Javier Borda (The Cook), Rebecca Cooper (Fata Morgana).
Music Prokofiev. Lyrics Prokofiev. Producer Grange Park Opera. Company English Chamber Orchestra. Conductor Leo Hussain. Director David Fielding. Design David Fielding. Director Andrew George (movement). Lighting Wolfgang Goebbel.

The Love for Three Oranges

The Love for Three Oranges (Opera or Operetta) production archive for QTIX code T169873947. Details of all The Love for Three Oranges archived productions can be found under the QTIX code: S01816750552

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16 Jun 10
4 Jul 10
Grange Park Opera
West Horsley

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