26, 28 and 29 July 2017
The Coade Theatre, Bryanston, Dorset
Sung in French with English subtitles | 600-seat theatre | 48-piece orchestra | chorus of 70
Feeling that he has achieved little in life, the elderly Faust decides to end it all. He is about to take poison when the Devil (aka Mephistopheles) pops up and offers him eternal youth along with everything he has renounced including the love of a devoted woman. All Faust has to do is sign over his soul and enjoy himself. But this being opera, it doesn’t take much to know everything is going to go horribly wrong…
Cast & Creative Team
|Faust, a philosopher and alchemist||tba|
|Méphistophélès, the Devil||tba|
|Marguerite, a pious young woman||tba|
|Valentin, a soldier, Marguerite’s brother||tba|
|Wagner, a friend of Valentin||tba|
|Siébel, a youth in love with Marguerite||tba|
|Marthe Schwertlein, Marguerite’s guardian||tba|
|Chorus Master||Benjamin Goodson|
Tickets for Rossini’s Le Comte Ory and Gounod’s Faust will be available to the public from Tuesday 7 March 2017. Prior to this, tickets are only available to Patrons, Corporate supporters and members of the Friends of Dorset Opera.
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