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Your reaction: Le nozze di Figaro 2015

What did you think of the return of David McVicar's production of Mozart's comic opera?

By Chris Shipman (Head of Brand Engagement and Social Media)

16 September 2015 at 10.23am | 10 Comments

Press reviews:
The Stage ★★★★★
Guardian
★★★★
Times (£) ★★★★
Express ★★★★
What's On Stage ★★★★
FT ★★★
Londonist ★★★

What did you think of Le nozze di Figaro?

Le nozze di Figaro runs until 14 October 2015. Tickets are still available.

The production is staged with generous support from Paul Cartledge and Judith Portrait.

By Chris Shipman (Head of Brand Engagement and Social Media)

16 September 2015 at 10.23am

This article has been categorised Opera and tagged by David McVicar, Le nozze di Figaro, Production, review, Social Media, your reaction

This article has 10 comments

  1. Rosemary responded on 17 September 2015 at 5:32pm Reply

    Saw the rehearsal... And have seen this super production before. Loved it absolutely. Figaro fitted Erwin Scrott like a glove , totally believable ! Great cast. Quite a contrast with The stupendous Orphee the night before, but adored them both.

  2. charles davis responded on 19 September 2015 at 7:51pm Reply

    If you assemble the best singers and musicians, glorious opera house, W A Mozart and practice for a couple of hundred years-the result should be perfection -it is-easy really.

  3. Marina Goeva responded on 20 September 2015 at 4:20pm Reply

    The Great Erwin Schrott, the Great Figaro!!!

  4. Michael Normington responded on 30 September 2015 at 12:53pm Reply

    Last night's Figaro, coming 24 hours after our visit to the Gluck, was sheer joy. With this superb production, a longish opera sparkles throughout. Musically excellent, too, and a great and appreciative audience. This is one production I will always book for! Congratulations to Dame Ann Murray, it was good to be there on her special night.

  5. John Willman responded on 5 October 2015 at 11:31pm Reply

    Great production and superb cast. But I'm annoyed that Anita Hartig withdrew from the live version of Figaro transmitted to cinemas. Sophie Bevan was a great substitute, but this is the third Hartig withdrawal I've suffered (two at the Opera House) - so I've never seen her live yet. Why invite such unreliable singers?

    • Ellen West (Head of Creative Studios and Digital Products) responded on 6 October 2015 at 10:38am

      Dear John

      Sorry about the disappointment. Unfortunately, singers do fall ill, but it sounds like you have been particularly unlucky.

      Best wishes

      Ellen

  6. Francesca responded on 6 October 2015 at 12:20pm Reply

    Sexiest Cherubino ever! Kate Lindsey is the best.

    The costumes looked a little confusing. Like a mix between Traviata and Figaro, maybe. Are you sure you got the period right?

  7. John Rees responded on 6 October 2015 at 5:47pm Reply

    We saw the live relay at The Odeon in Brighton. Sadly no subtitles at all, blamed on the streaming and in the 4th act their projector failed so went home early.
    However, voices, acting, set, production etc all quite splendid,Schrott, Lindsey,Dehn & Bevan magnificent,quite one of the very best productions we have seen,such a shame about the technology.
    John Rees

    • Sarah Walsh (Cinema Account Coordinator) responded on 6 October 2015 at 5:53pm

      Dear John,

      I'm very sorry that this happened during the relay. We were broadcasting subtitles last night, as we do for all our live screenings, and I shall check in with Odeon as to why they weren't appearing. I'm also going to query what happened with the projector in the hope that the problem can be rectified by the cinema before our next screening.

      Kind regards,
      Sarah

  8. V Barlow responded on 14 October 2015 at 8:22pm Reply

    First time at ROH and seeing a full cast with chorus and actors. Very special. It was beautiful, funny and sets were great. Kate Lyndsey esp great. Was fascinated by the BSL interpretation. A performance in its own right.

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