Why Performing On The World’s Largest Lake Stage Is So Difficult


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Why Performing On The World’s Largest Lake Stage Is So Difficult



This summer, the largest lake stage in the world will host one of the most famous Italian operas: a production of Giacomo Puccini’s “Madame Butterfly” with a very special stage design. Canadian stage designer Michael Levine has designed a gigantic painted sheet of paper with a warped surface that rises, almost weightless, above Lake Constance — a challenge especially for those who are to play and sing on it.

We accompanied one of the singers to find out how they get on.
#Bregenz #Opera #MadameButterfly

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Report: Gerhard Sonnleitner
Camera: Rossi Krüger
Edit: Manuela Reuss

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  1. If I'd known this was showing this year I'd have gone. I've been to the Bregenzer Festspiele before and loved it all. They were saying there was a Russian Opera this year (hell knows why, given the situation we're in globally) and decided not to go.