I never took the time to post a review on Opera di Firenze’s La Boheme, which opened in November 2016. Up until then, the operas I had seen in Florence and Bologna fell short, to say the least. 631 more words
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Bradley Storer, dubbed ‘the dark princeling of Melbourne cabaret’, is bringing his malevolent monstrosity Trickster to La Bohéme in his Adelaide Fringe debut.
Describing the show thus: “Take a dash of darkness, add a dollop of Weimar, drop in a sliver of Brecht and stir through with a morsel of post-modernism, before setting fire to the whole poisonous concoction and throwing it against the wall – the resulting mess would look frighteningly similar to… 117 more words
La Boheme, with its prohibition era style, provides an ideal setting for Dexys Pete Saunders, who entertains with an hour of accomplished blues piano and bittersweet “love” songs. 241 more words