The Western Australian soprano discusses her role in WA Opera's Iolanta, which centres the lived experience of the blind and vision impaired community, and the language challenges inherent in opera.
Jansson J. Antmann
A scenographer trained in Prague, Jansson J. Antmann’s design work includes Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Tell Me On a Sunday in Sydney, Czech Republic and Slovakia. In Europe he was Editor-in-Chief at LaVie magazine. He is publicist for Sydney’s Darlinghurst Theatre Co.
Articles by Jansson J. Antmann
Director Constantine Costi details the challenges and excitements of adapting two works by Weill and Brecht for the tiny stage at Sydney's Old Fitz.
This spectacular co-production of Halévy's 1835 opera couldn't have been grander, while offering a powerful reminder that everyone suffers when hate prevails.
This momentous double bill was yet another must-see event in the opening weekend at the 2022 Adelaide Festival.
Barrie Kosky’s stupendous onstage cavalcade (featuring performers from Russia and Ukraine) is a masterful meditation on the lunacy that drives civilisations to ruin.
The standing ovation and tears that greeted the world premiere of this oratorio about an infamous gay-hate crime are testimony for the need for such a work.
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In the first of three articles, Shaun Rennie offers some fascinating insights into his work on OA's La Bohème and Phantom of the Opera on Sydney Harbour, as well as Bell Shakespeare's new musical The Lovers.
Opera Australia marks Mozart’s 266th birthday with Figaro, and it would be hard to imagine a better celebration of the composer’s genius.