Boris Statsenko (Rigoletto) | (C) Thilo Beu
Giuseppe Verdi
Theater Duisburg
Sunday, 11. January 2015
18:30 - 21:00 hours
/ Revival

Duration: abt. 2 ½ hours, one intervall
18,10 - 62,80 € Abo. O
Opernhaus Düsseldorf
June 2015
Su  |  14.06.  | 18:30  Abo. 2 Online Tickets: 17,10 - 81,50 €

Duration: abt. 2 ½ hours, one intervall
Commissioned by the La Fenice theatre of Venice to compose an opera for them in 1850, Giuseppe Verdi (1813–1901) chose as his subject Victor Hugo’s drama “Le Roi s’amuse”. As with Hugo, the protagonists in Verdi’s “Rigoletto” live in a depraved society unheeding not only of each other, but also of each other’s needs: a ruler obsessively seeks erotic distractions from boredom without a moment’s thought for what damage he may cause, a father in distress is taunted, courtiers commit a crime unpunished, a father keeps his daughter shut up at home.

The Franco-German director David Hermann, who most recently enjoyed great success at the Ruhr Triennale, the Frankfurt opera and the Teatro Real of Madrid, dissects in this staging behaviour patterns within these chilly court circles, where any wish for freedom or love can only lead to death.
Giuseppe Verdi

Opera in three acts
Libretto by Francesco Maria Piave

Sung in Italian with German titles

Musikalische Leitung Giuliano Betta
Inszenierung David Hermann
Bühne Alexander Polzin
Kostüme Cristina Nyffeler
Licht Volker Weinhart
Chorleitung Christoph Kurig
Dramaturgie Bernhard F. Loges
Rigoletto Melih Tepretmez
Herzog von Mantua Georgy Vasiliev
Gilda Elena Sancho Pereg
Graf von Monterone Daniel Djambazian
Graf von Ceprano Felix Rathgeber
Gräfin von Ceprano Monika Rydzkowski
Marullo Roman Hoza
Borsa Florian Simson
Sparafucile Lukasz Konieczny
Maddalena Ramona Zaharia
Giovanna Maria Popa
Henker Jwa-Kyeom Kim
Page Anna Tsartsidze
Chor Chor der Deutschen Oper am Rhein
Orchester Duisburger Philharmoniker


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