Without giving too much away, I can safely say that this show has me very excited. In addition to the exquisite solo, choral, and instrumental music this score provides, this very imaginative production by John La Bouchardiere is allowing the Florentine to continue its exploration of new and innovative production elements that, while new and fresh, still help to illuminate one of the great masterpieces of one of music’s greatest composers. All of this wrapped in the beautiful baroque interior of the Pabst Theater will, I think, deliver a powerful, sensuous, music theatre experience. For those of you reading this, Sunday tickets are quickly evaporating (like Semele herself!) so get tickets while you can! Purchase tickets through our website.
February 20, 2009
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