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Performer: Deutsche Oper am Rhein

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DüsseldorfDie Zauberflöte

Mozart: Die Zauberflöte (The Magic Flute)
Péter Halász; Barrie Kosky; Deutsche Oper am Rhein; Axel Kober; Esther Bialas; Diego Leetz

DuisburgEl retablo de maese Pedro (Meister Pedros Puppenspiel)New production

Falla: El retablo de maese Pedro (Master Peter's Puppet Show)
Ralf Lange; Ilaria Lanzino; Deutsche Oper am Rhein; Anton Bachleitner; Volker Weinhart; Torge Möller; fettFILM

DüsseldorfLa clemenza di TitoNew production

Mozart: La clemenza di Tito
Marie Jacquot; Michael Schulz; Deutsche Oper am Rhein; Wolfgang Wiechert; Dirk Becker; Renée Listerdahl; Volker Weinhart
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Duisburg’s Don Carlos rescued from a devastating deluge

What do you do when 80 tonnes of water flood your theatre, your sets and costumes? Rescue, reshape and present what you can. That’s what Deutsche Oper am Rhein have had to do in Duisburg.

***11
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All the world's a stage: Xerxes as a comedy of backstage rivalry

A revival of Stefan Herheim's production of Handel's Xerxes in Düsseldorf makes for a rip-roaring evening of theatrical comedy.
****1
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Stars and the score shine in The Count of Luxembourg

Baritone Kay Stiefermann steals hearts at the eponymous Count of Luxembourg, in an operetta so charming that neither musical missteps nor a mixed-up staging can sink it.
***11
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Between two worlds: Wozzeck in Düsseldorf

Stefan Herheim's eagerly awaited production of Berg's Wozzeck distances us from the emotional heart of the tragedy by portraying the story as a hallucinatory death-room experience.
****1
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Die Zauberflöte in Düsseldorf

Animated characters are the real stars of an imaginative production of The Magic Flute. 
****1
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Opera inside out: Ariadne auf Naxos

A well-sung revival of a witty and supremely theatrical production of Strauss’ operatic exposé.
****1
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