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Performer: Theater an der Wien

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ViennaPeter Grimes

Britten: Peter Grimes
Thomas Guggeis; Christof Loy; Theater an der Wien; Johannes Leiacker; Judith Weihrauch; Bernd Purkrabek; Agneta Eichenholz

ViennaZenobia, regina de' Palmireni

Albinoni: Zenobia, regina de' Palmireni
Marcello di Lisa; Theater an der Wien; Raffaella Milanesi; Maria Grazia Schiavo; Ana Quintans; Anicio Zorzi Giustiniani

ViennaDer Waffenschmeid

Lortzing: Der Waffenschmeid (The Armourer)
Leo Hussain; Theater an der Wien; Miriam Kutrowatz; Juliette Mars; Andrew Morstein; Timothy Connor
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Pre-Baroque rarity for a grand season opening at Theater an der Wien

A superlative cast led by Annett Fritsch and Cyril Auvity dazzle in Emilio de’ Cavalieri’s “musical drama” in a brilliant production by Robert Carsen. 

*****
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Excellent revival of Claus Guth's Saul at Theater an der Wien

“How Excellent.”  The first words sung in Handel’s Saul are in praise of God and were first uttered in a performance nearly three centuries ago. But they apply equally to Claus Guth’s interpretation of the work staged by Theater an der Wien.
*****
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Don't divas always die? Zazà at Theater an der Wien

Leoncavallo's opera is a rare example of a tragic, verismo opera where not a soul dies... neither by natural causes nor foul play.  
***11
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Theater an der Wien premieres Christian Jost's Egmont

Keith Warner directs a new opera which packs in betrayal, murder, oppression, freedom, love and the Spanish Inquisition into a mere 90 minutes.
****1
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A Clemenza to pardon at Theater an der Wien

Sam Brown's sparse production leaves nothing to focus on but the individual protagonists on stage. 
***11
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Physiology, puppetry and pharmaceuticals at Theater an der Wien

Director Nikolaus Habjan took Oberon’s inherent miscellany and ran with it, straight into a retro-futurism aesthetic.
****1
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