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Performer: Theater an der Wien

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ViennaFidelioNew production

Beethoven: Fidelio
Manfred Honeck; Christoph Waltz; Theater an der Wien; Frank Barkow; Judith Holste; Nicole Chevalier; Eric Cutler

ViennaEgmontWorld première

Jost: Egmont
Michael Boder; Keith Warner; Theater an der Wien; Ashley Martin-Davis; Edgaras Montvidas; Maria Bengtsson

ViennaIsis (konzertant)

Lully: Isis, LWV54
Christophe Rousset; Theater an der Wien; Bénédicte Tauran; Cyril Auvity; Ambroisine Bré; Ève-Maud Hubeaux

ViennaGeniaWorld premiere

Theissing: Genia
George Jackson; Kateryna Sokolova; Theater an der Wien; Erich Uiberlacker; Alexandra Burgstaller; Kristján Jóhannesson; Jenna Siladie

ViennaLa donna del lago (konzertant)

Rossini: La donna del lago (The Lady of the Lake)
George Petrou; Theater an der Wien; Lena Belkina; Edgardo Rocha; Max Emanuel Cenčić; Enea Scala
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A Clemenza to pardon at Theater an der Wien

Nicole Chevalier (Vitellia) © Werner Kmetitsch
Sam Brown's sparse production leaves nothing to focus on but the individual protagonists on stage. 
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Physiology, puppetry and pharmaceuticals at Theater an der Wien

Vincent Wolfsteiner (Hüon), Annette Dasch (Rezia) and Sebastian Mock (Puck) © Werner Kmetitsch
Director Nikolaus Habjan took Oberon’s inherent miscellany and ran with it, straight into a retro-futurism aesthetic.
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Make feminism, not love: The Maid of Orleans at TAW

Lena Belkina (Johanna) © Werner Kmetitsch
It is all very easy on the eyes, although pondering what it is all supposed to mean is a recipe for a migraine.
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A psychological drama: Weber's Euryanthe in Vienna

Jacquelyn Wagner (Euryanthe) and the Arnold Schoenberg Choir © Monika Rittershaus
Vienna's Theater an der Wien stage a seldom performed opera by Carl Maria von Weber with an excellent cast, orchestra, and chorus.  
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Strongly cast Guillaume Tell hits its mark at Theater an der Wien

Christoph Pohl (Guillaume Tell) and Anita Rosati (Jemmy) © Moritz Schell
Osborn absolutely lives the part; he negotiated formidable heights, intricate passage work and the sheer volume of notes with style and clarity as well as colour and nuance. 
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