In 2017, Laurent Campellone and Thomas Jolly revived this recently recovered jewel. Performed at the Châtelet during the Opéra-Comique’s restoration, the show is now returning to the place that inspired it, with Gaëlle Arquez in one of the finest cross-dressing roles of the repertoire.
Eager to offer the Viennese composer a stage that brings him closer, Raphaël Pichon and Silvia Costa unearth forgotten scores, jewels of lyricism and melancholia, from which emerge, both literally and figuratively, the ghosts of a masterpiece.
Louis Langrée, Guillaume Gallienne and Clairemarie Osta combine performing arts to honour these two masterpieces, inspired by the gallant XVIIIth century, in a show that celebrates comic spirit’s fruitfulness and freedom in genre.
Mathieu Romano, James Bonas and Ewan Jones coordinate the multiple talents of the Maîtrise – singing, theatre and dance – at the service of a utopia that will amuse young audiences and adults eager to share their love of opera, as much as it will make them think.