June 16, 2008 § 1 Comment
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One would think that after opening 55 operas at Wolf Trap that I would become jaded. It is simply not the case. We opened Verdi's "Un Giorno di Regno" on Friday the 13th and I must say the old excitement is still there. We had a wonderful creative team and crew and it was a pleasure to get this one launched.
Here are some photos that Erhard Rom (Scenic Designer) took from the final dress to enjoy.
Director: Kristine McIntyre
Scenic Design: Erhard Rom
Costume Design: Carol Baily
Lighting Design: Robert H. Grimes
All the more reason to hail Wolf Trap. "King for a Day," the early Verdi opera that opened the company's season on Friday night, is a rare exception to the rule not only of most opera with young singers, but most opera, period: a production that gets it exactly right.-
Washington Post Staff Writer
Monday, June 16, 2008