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VenueWales Millennium Centre
Other spaces: Canolfan Mileniwm Cymru, Donald Gordon Theatre, Weston Studio Theatre
From3rd October 2015
To7th October 2015
What is currently on at Wales Millennium Centre (V1984858935)


Written in 1732, the hero Orlando is torn between his desire to do noble deeds and his pursuit of love. Although rebuked by the sorcerer Zoroastro for giving in to his romantic urges, Orlando nonetheless decides that love can bring its own glory, and to that end he pursues Angelica. But she has fallen for Medoro and he with her - which is not good news for Angelica's rival, the shepherdess Dorinda. The untangling of these conflicting passions through threats, magic, deceit, revelations and no little heart-searching inspired Handel to some of his most original operatic work, and Orlando's psychological focus fused with fantasy lends a particular contemporary appeal.
Music Handel

Archive :: production:T1674858242, opera or operetta:S45496309, venue:V1984858935

Production details

Donald Gordon Theatre


Company Welsh National Opera
Conductor Rinaldo Alessandrini (until 28 October)
Director Harry Fehr
Design Yannis Thavoris
Lighting Anna Watson
Design Andrzej Goulding (video)
Director Kally Lloyd-Jones (associate director)
Performer Lawrence Zazzo (Orlando)
Performer Rebecca Evans (Angelica)
Performer Robin Blaze (Medoro except 21 Oct)
Performer Fflur Wyn (Dorinda)
Performer Daniel Grice (Zoroastro)

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