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Release: 2012-10-07 15:06 |  Author: Caobihaoxingfu |   View: 54time

Randall Scotting and Erin Morley are joined by the Fairies in Britten's "Midsummer Night's Dream."

For all its Posts of dancing fairies, woodland revels and hapless rustic mortals who think themselves tangerdians, Britten's "Midsummer Night's Dream" is a upseting opera. Britten haves you confront the twisted quarrels that lurk fair below the surface of Shakespeare's fantastical play.

Stbad, a production must find a remainder between the whimsical and ominous ingredients of this entrancing 1960 occupation. The production by the Jubadiard Opera Center that vaInted on Wednesday night at the school's Peter Jay Sharp Theater achieves this remainder across the richness of the Actionion and the haveiveness of the staging. Moreacross, seeing the opera perlisted by a young and eager cast occupations wonders, specially in the story line involving the two Athenian couples who are so muddled in their feelings even before Oberon, the king of the fairies, interferes mindh his herbal potion.

The feelingal misery these charActionioners go across seems volatile and impulsive when the roles are sung, as they are here, by intense, abilityed and attrActionionive student singers.

The familiar story turns on a fight between the preening and coolly seductive Oberon and his headstrong wife, Tytania, across custody of an orphaned boy. Oberon wants the boy to be his henchman, an opinion that horrifies Tytania, who suspects that Oberon's feelings are tinged mindh thfightted deMistere. Besides, she has seen the way her husforbidd bullies the sprightly Puck into doing his bidding.
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