R'OTELLO - the Rugby opera
OTELLO leads Samoa to the Rugby World Cup Final:
Tensions on the field are high - but off the field they're deadly'' R'Otello fuses Pacific passion, the music of the masters and the rigour of rugby in this imaginative retelling of the tragedy of domestic violence. Featuring the operas of Verdi OTELLO, Bizet CARMEN, and Puccini TOSCA with scenes written and directed by Sani Muliaumaseali'i.
The Rookie, Don Jose
The Pretender, Iago
The Ref, Big Dan
The Baroness Scarpia
The Captain, Otello
The Captains Wife, Mona
The Nurse, Carmencitta
The Headliner, F Tosca
The good guy - Tasio
WITH A WORLD CLASS CAST UNITED FOR A GREAT CAUSE.
Contains strong language and sexual references from the outset and throughout. Not suitable for minors audience discretion advised.
WHEN: FRI OCT 2, & SAT OCT 3, 7PM
WHERE: The Sports Hall CAIUS HOUSE
2 Holman Road SW11 3RL, Battersea
TICKETS: £17 & £11 (CONCESSION)
With the Wandsworth Symphony Orchestra
conducted by Leigh O'Hara and
featuring west end musicians led by Andy Philip. Lesley Cox, Ninotchka Tingleff, Theda Lehmann, Helen Karikari and the Rotello Volunteer Voices Chorus led by Tyrone Whiting.
Design Kate Lane. Lighting Dominic Warwick.
Sound Kevin Jianoran
Patron: ROSALIND PLOWRIGHT OBE
Presented by the GAFA ARTS COLLECTIVE