Dazzlingly inventive, superbly integrated new production. ~ STAR TRIBUNE Blakeley suggests, moreover, an ambiguous, uneasy relationship between illusion and reality that we don’t usually encounter in this work. ~ MINNPOST

"Unusually we kept the piece intact complete with the ballet at the end. One of the main reasons for doing this was to be able to look at the myth a second time in the ecening but through the eyes of Eurydice. The world of the show was an overtly theatrical one, the back stage areas of a baroque theatre became the underworld in which Orfeo descended. The metaphor was one of an artist losing his voice as he grieved."

~ Lee Blakeley, Director


Direction : Lee Blakeley Designer : Adrian Linford Lighting Designer : Jenny Cane Choreographer : Arthur Pita Conductor : Harry Bicket