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Met’s family-friendly Magic Flute vanquishes the forces of darkness

David Portillo (Tamino) © Karen Almond | Met Opera
New York City's Metropolitan Opera restages its shorter, family-friendly version of Mozart's The Magic Flute with great music and delightful visuals.

An uneven Turn of the Screw on a 19th-century Bronx estate

Ashley Emerson (Flora) and Jordan Rutter (Miles) © Pavel Antonov
A disappointing decision to downplay the ghosts and uneven performances made for a difficult and distracting in situ staging of Britten's adaptation of the classic Henry James thriller. 

Flute still mesmerizing at The Met

Markus Werba (Papageno) © Richard Termine | Metropolitan Opera
The musical experience was dominated by the imagery making spectators feel, at least at times, overwhelmed.

Ton américano-voltairien pour un optimisme musical : Candide au Théâtre du Capitole

Pour la production de ce Candide, le Capitole recevait un plateau et une équipe presque entièrement issus des milieux américains, faisant souffler dans l’enceinte du théâtre un vent de fraîcheur et de nouveauté.

Laurent Pelly's cautionary fairy-tale

After an absence of nearly a quarter-century, Humperdinck's evergreen returns to Seattle Opera in a winningly staged, musically sensitive production that looks beneath the fairy-tale surface.

It’s in the wind: Eyre's Figaro returns to The Met

Mozart’s beauty asserted but never implied, Sir Richard Eyre’s Le nozze di Figaro brings grand complications in bright turns and quick wit.