Benedict Andrews’ bohème for The ENO Raises Controversy

Australian theatre director Benedict Andrews’ vision of Puccini’s opera La bohème opened at the English National Opera this week. The director has raised controversy again (remember his 2012 imagining of The Marriage of Figaro for Opera Australia?) with his portrayal of Mimi and Rodolfo as heroin addicts.

Read the review in The Guardian, in The Telegraph and The Times (in The Australian).


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