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King Ouf I always celebrates his birthday with a public impalement and has gone in disguise among his people to find a suitable victim. The forthright young pedlar Lazuli has just fallen in love with Princess Laoula (also in disguise) and is appalled to learn she is already betrothed, to Ouf. Unknowingly Lazuli insults Ouf, who thinks he has found his candidate - until court astrologer Siroco reveals that the stars of Lazuli and Ouf are so closely bound that if Lazuli dies so will Ouf. Lazuli is instead brought to the palace to be pampered.

Creatives/Company

Music: Chabrier
Lyrics(s): Eugene Leterrier, Albert Vanloo
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Archive listings for L'Etoile

Work type: Opera or Operetta.

T01659760701

Sung in French with English surtitles.Producer Royal Opera House. Conductor Mark Elder. Director Mariame Clement. Design Julia Hansen. Lighting Jon Clark. Choreographer Mathieu Guihaumon. Performer Christophe Mortagne (King Ouf I). Performer Simon Bailey (Siroco). Performer Francois Piolino (Prince Herisson de Porc-Epic). Performer Aimery Lefevre (Tapioca). Performer Kate Lindsey (Lazuli). Performer Helene Guilmette (Princesse Laoula). Performer Julie Boulianne (Aloes). Performer Samuel Sakker (Patacha). Performer Samuel Dale Johnson (Zalzal). Performer Chris Addison (Smith). Company Royal Opera Chorus. Company Orchestra of the Royal Opera House.
1 Feb 16 to 24 Feb 16Royal Opera House, West End :: V377
listing details L933259469

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