Classical Notes: The Dead brings opera back to life at the Gaiety
A theatrical production of James Joyce’s short story will be performed before a seated audience at the Dublin venue next month
Hooray! After 16 months, live theatre will once again be performed to a seated audience at the Gaiety in Dublin. Rather ironically, the entertainment on offer is The Dead, An Opera. One can almost imagine James Joyce laughing at it all – his best-loved short story is regularly resurrected, and what better time than during a pandemic?
This is an original production, which was first presented to widespread acclaim in 2015 by Breda Cashe Productions. Composer...
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