6 March 2014 at 10.40am | 30 Comments
@RoyalOperaHouse How about Sylvia Plath's The Bell Jar? probably wouldn't be very easy listening!
— Anna Souter (@AnnaSouter) March 6, 2014
— Amanda Kendal (@AmandaKendal) March 6, 2014
— Janette Griffiths (@LaValkyrie) March 6, 2014
@RoyalOperaHouse George Orwell's 1984 would be a beautiful, romantic yet tragic ballet
— gaby itzel (@xoxogiqh) March 6, 2014
— Mark Lief (@Mark_Lief) March 6, 2014
@RoyalOperaHouse Definitely William Golding's "The Spire" as opera. Perfect tragedy with potential for sacred choral/operatic score.
— Adrian (@Adrian_Specs) March 6, 2014
@RoyalOperaHouse a classic childrens book charlotte webb, or winnie the pooh perhaps
— Kelly Hartfield (@KellyHartfield1) March 6, 2014
— Spoke (@SPOKE_Festival) March 6, 2014
@RoyalOperaHouse Not necessarily a ballet but Matthew Bourne is already doing Lord of the Flies. Would love to see Animal Farm as an opera
— Terry J Eastham (@Terry_Ea) March 6, 2014
What books would you love to turn into an opera or ballet?
What existing adaptatons do you enjoy?