Rigoletto (Teatro alla Scala)

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Rigoletto
Stagione 2011/2012

Produzione Teatro alla Scala

Musica di: Giuseppe Verdi
Direttore: Gustavo Dudamel
Regia: Gilbert Deflo
Scene: Ezio frigerio
Costumi: Franca Squarciapino

Cast: Vittorio Grigolo, Zeljko Lucic, Elena Mosuc, Alexander Tsymbalyuk, Ketevan Kemoklidze, Anna Victorova, Ernesto Panariello, Mario Cassi, Nicola Pamio, Andrea Mastroni, Evis Mula, Valeri Turmanov, Manuela Bisceglie

Rigoletto
2011/2012 Season

Teatro alla Scala Production

Music: Giuseppe Verdi
Conductor: Gustavo Dudamel
Staging: Gilbert Deflo
Sets: Ezio Frigerio
Lights: Joël Adam
Costumes: Lionel Hoche

Cast: Vittorio Grigolo, Zeljko Lucic, Elena Mosuc, Alexander Tsymbalyuk, Ketevan Kemoklidze, Anna Victorova, Ernesto Panariello, Mario Cassi, Nicola Pamio, Andrea Mastroni, Evis Mula, Valeri Turmanov, Manuela Bisceglie

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You are entitled to your opinion and I as well as many other opera lovers to ours. We are living in a free country.

Author — fashionablesixties

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Evidently opera is about the scenery for you! Decker's beautiful, minimal Traviata would've pleased maestro Verdi enormously, who wanted his opera to be no escapist fantasy, but rather to play in modern (in his day) dress, and with direct references to the world his audience inhabited at the time. Did you pay attention to the myriad subtleties of the staging, or were you too busy crying about the decadent, kitschy travesties that were the 2 consecutive Zeffirelli stagings the theatre presented?

Author — circiter

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My previous reply does not mean to disrespect the great talent bestowed in this, very different, but perhaps equally worthy Rigoletto, from La Scala. Frigerio and Squarciapino have been creating primordial theatrical fancy for what seems like ages... Bravi. Can't judge Deflo's work, not having seen the entire production. For sure he'll be miles above Zeffirelli, who in his Traviatas, seemed to care more about interpreting his own movie of the opera than the original score.

Author — circiter

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Why can't we have this production of Rigoletto at the Met in NY? Everything has been stripped down to a bare stage. The latest, La Traviata, with Violetta in a modern red dress, the ridiculous country scene with white sofas draped in floral printed covers and Violetta wearing a huge robe with the same printed motive. Totally ugly. Miss the Zeffirelli set badly.

Author — fashionablesixties

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The costumes and sets are just... above awesome.

Author — Antonio Ventura

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I see this production and I dont understan what is the deal with today  productions with an eagerness to do "new things". What is the problem with  traditional stage design and costumes? I think it looked very good to me on this video this traditional version of Rigoletto. 

Author — aguacun

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I saw him some years ago in London I was very impressed with this singing the close-up watching him acting on stage he over acts in fact is not acting the part but acting his idea of what an opera singer should do that is stock operatic gestures

Author — phil thompson