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Performer: Alan Opie

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Jack the Ripper: The Women of Whitechapel

Daniel Kramer’s direction is a model of restraint compared to some of his earlier work for the company.
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More croce than delizia in Kramer’s new Traviata

Despite the entertainment value and striking imagery, Kramer's production is a surprisingly dull affair, with curiously little chemistry between the lead couple.
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A razor sharp Barber of Seville revived at ENO

The latest revival of Jonathan Miller's The Barber of Seville has everything you could want; strong direction, a strong orchestral performance, and a cast that's universally strong. No close shaves there!
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WNO's jolly good romp in Birmingham

WNO's excellent revival of John Copley's 2011 staging of Die Fledermaus is a delight. 
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A missed opportunity but with great musical values

The Metropolitan Opera's new produdtion of Rusalka fails to explore a deeper complexity of the fairy tale, although a strong ensemble of singers and the superb Met Orchestra make it a musically compelling performance.
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One eye wet and the other dry

It would be no exaggeration to say Franz Hawlata stole the show, an act of grand larceny made all the more remarkable by the strong cast which shared the stage.
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