The staging put over all the effervescence and whirl of the piece ... in a production as effective as Blakeley's it should continue to satisfy the punters, it did here.' ~ OPERA NOW

"We updated the story to the late 1930’s to give a real sense of tension to the relationships and to make a case for why Hannah’s money is so important to the state. It also allowed us to create a party before the fall feel to the whole show."

~ Lee Blakeley, Director

CREDITS


Direction : Lee Blakeley Designer : Emma Wee Choreographer : Tess Gibbs Conductor : Michel Tilkin