Unsettling opera : staging Mozart, Verdi, Wagner, and Zemlinsky / David J. Levin.
What happens when operas that are comfortably ensconced in the canon are thoroughly rethought and radically recast on stage? What does a staging do to our understanding of an opera, and of opera generally? While a stage production can disrupt a work that was thought to be established, David J. Levin...
University of Chicago Press,
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