Known for her thought-provoking and highly individual theatre productions, how has director Katie Mitchell shaped The Royal Opera's production of Lucia?
News and features regarding ‘Lucia di Lammermoor by Katie Mitchell’
- 24 November 2017
- 20 November 2017
Lucia’s famous 'mad scene' is just one part of an opera full of spectacular singing, gripping gothic drama and beautiful orchestral music.
- 3 November 2017
Soprano Lisette Oropesa explores the vocal challenges of Donizetti's tragic masterpiece.
- 31 October 2017
Audience reactions and press reviews to Katie Mitchell's production of Donizetti's opera.
- 15 September 2016
From the Queen of the Night to Turandot by way of Norma and Brünnhilde, we round up some of opera’s most devilishly difficult soprano roles.
- 25 April 2016
What did you think of the live cinema relay of Katie Mitchell's Royal Opera production of Donizetti's tragedy?
- 25 April 2016
Credited with unexplained deaths and mental breakdowns, how can 37 glass bowls cause so much chaos?
- 19 April 2016
Katie Mitchell’s new Royal Opera production of the iconic bel canto tragedy will be screened in 25 countries around the world.
- 11 April 2016
One of all opera's most dramatic scenes, this beautiful and complex ensemble is perhaps Donizetti's finest moment.
- 8 April 2016
What did you think of Katie Mitchell's Royal Opera production of Donizetti's tragedy?
- 5 April 2016
Lucia di Lammermoor rests on the talents of prima donnas but it also marked the beginning of the end of their dominance of the stage.
- 11 March 2016
The director on her feminist take on Donizetti, and an innovative split-stage design.