Philip Glass

Les enfants terribles

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Rare is the work for the opera stage in which singers and dancers share equal importance in jointly moving the story along with their expressive power. This is something that is evident in the balett-opera Les Enfants Terribles, which world-renowned Philip Glass composed as the final part of his Jean Cocteau trilogy. In the story of Paul and Lise, the two children are both prisoners and victims of an imaginary world of their own invention, having created through play an entire world which they are no longer able to distinguish from reality. One way to interpret the piece is as Cocteau’s faith in the transcendent power of the imagination and creativity, in which the singers and dancers alternate in relating the events taking place in the story.

A ballet-opera by Philip Glass based on the story by Jean Cocteau, in French, with Hungarian and English surtitles
Adaption by Philip Glass and Susan Marshall

Age limit: over 14 years

CAST AND CREW
Director: Barta Dóra

General cast:
Conductor:Péter Dobszay

Elisabeth (voice):Szilvia Rálik
Elisabeth (dance):Ines Furuhashi-Huber
Paul (voice):Lőrinc Kósa univ.stud.
Paul (dance):Iurii Kekalo
Gérard (voice):Botond Ódor
Gérard (tánc):Levente Bajári
Agathe / Dargelos (voice):Zsófia Kálnay
Agathe (dance):Ildikó Boros
Dargelos (dance):András Rónai
Narrator:Szemenyei János
Mother (dance):Zsófia Gyarmati
Michael (dance):Miklós Dávid Kerényi
Housekeeper (dance):Sorokina Nadezhda
Doctor (dance):Gábor Szigeti
Uncle (dance):István Kohári
Young lady (dance):Anita Tiffany Pesel
Featuring on piano:Balázs Kálvin

Authors:
Libretto after Jean Cocteau's novel by:Philip Glass,Susan Marshall
Director, choreographer:Dóra Barta
Dramaturg:András Almási-Tóth
Set designer:Ildi Tihanyi
Costume designer:Andrea Kovács
Lighting designer:Zoltán Katonka
Consultant:Tamás Szabó
Company répétiteur:Edit Rujsz
Hungarian surtitles:András Forgách
English surtitles:Arthur Roger Crane
Assistants to the director:Albert Mányik,Andrea Valkai
Musical assistants:Balázs Kálvin,Bálint Zsoldos

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