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This is a story of love and loss, of betrayal and deception, of sex and a city, of wounded pride and attempted retribution - of plumply inviting sofa cushions. Godofredo is naturally indolent, adequately successful in his working life and quite happy with his seemingly comfortable marriage to Ludovina. When he discovers her in an extremely compromising position on his favourite yellow sofa with his business partner Machado, he doesn't know how to react but knows he must do something. His honour has been off ended, he will have to challenge Machado to a duel, but he would much prefer life to return to normal. An original Glyndebourne commission.

Performers Michael Wallace (Godofredo Alves), Gabriela Istoc (Lulu)), Alexander Robin Baker (Neto), Charlotte Beament (Teresa), Gareth Huw John (Nunes Vidal).
Music Julian Philips. Lyrics Edward Kemp. Producer Glyndebourne Touring Opera. Company Glyndebourne Tour Orchestra. Conductor Gareth Hancock. Director Frederic Wake-Walker.

The Yellow Sofa

The Yellow Sofa (Opera or Operetta) production archive for QTIX code T01919898695. Details of all The Yellow Sofa archived productions can be found under the QTIX code: S02038323816

Archive Listings

30 Nov 12The Stables
Milton Keynes
Buckinghamshire
24 Nov 12Marlowe Theatre
Canterbury
Kent
5 Nov 12Royal Opera House
West End
Greater London
3 Nov 12Playhouse
Norwich
Norfolk
15 Oct 12
to
18 Oct 12
Glyndebourne
Lewes
East Sussex

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