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Laughter returns to Seville: a sparkling Barbiere revival

Hera Hyesang Park (Rosina) and Andrey Zhilikhovsky (Figaro) © Robert Workman
Cast changes and a revival director who sharpens up the action make all the difference to this revival of Rossini's *Barber of Seville* in Glyndebourne's opening weekend. 

Jack the Ripper: The Women of Whitechapel

Alex Otterburn (Squibby) and Natalya Romaniw (Mary Kelly) © Alastair Muir
Daniel Kramer’s direction is a model of restraint compared to some of his earlier work for the company.

Superb production and cast can't make The Met's Marnie live

Isabel Leonard (Marnie) and Iestyn Davies (Terry) © Ken Howard | Metropolitan Opera
The cast, sets, costumes and direction of Muhly's opera Marnie impress, but the music somehow falls short of expectations.

Knocking it out the (Regent's) Park

Daniel Alexander Sidhom (Miles) © Johan Persson
It's hard to find anything not to admire in a thrillingly strong production of Britten's haunting chamber opera. 

Lust and labyrinths: The Marriage of Figaro at ENO

Lucy Crowe (Countess Almaviva) © Alastair Muir
Fiona Shaw's production doesn't always get everything right, but Lucy Crowe's debut as the Countess is the defining success of the this revival.

Strong ensemble cast gives fizz to Glyndebourne's touring Barber

Laura Verrecchia (Rosina) and Tobias Greenhalgh (Figaro) © Bill Cooper
A revival of Arden's 2016 production of Rossini's Il barbiere di Siviglia is lifted by a strong ensemble cast for Glyndebourne's tour.