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Review: New York City Opera’s ‘Candide’

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Counterpoint – City Opera’s CANDIDE vs. Prototype’s BREAKING THE WAVES

Counterpoint – City Opera's CANDIDE vs. Prototype's BREAKING THE WAVES

– Left to right: CANDIDE’s Keith Phares, Jessica TylerWright, Linda Lavin, Jay Armstrong Johnson,Meghan Picerno and sheep.Photo: Sarah ShatzWhen I saw that New York City Opera was doing Leonard Bernstein’s CANDIDE at the same time as New York‘s Prototype Festival–with Missy Mazzoli’s BREAKING THE WAVES opening the festival of opera-theatre and music-theatre on the same night–I thought that it was great counter-programming.After all, what could be further from Mazzoli’s brilliant but grim gem than Bernstein’s comic masterpiece–proving there’s more than one way to skin a music theatre piece?
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Review: New York City Opera’s ‘Candide’

Review: New York City Opera's 'Candide'

– Review: New York City Opera’s ‘Candide’The resurrected New York City Opera was destined to bring back Candide — one of the big artistic and box office successes of the old days — and was bound to do so soon considering that production mastermind Harold Prince is age 88.So there it was, with a bit of déjà vu: Last year at this time, the company produced Tosca in a replica of the opera’s original production and on the cusp of a significant snow storm.Now, the Prince/NYC Opera Candide, which opened this past Friday on a snowy weekend for a 10-performance run, turned the clock back to 1982, when Candide established itself in a Broadway/operetta hybrid that effectively insured its future.
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City Opera’s ‘Candide’ Is A Charming, Raucous Return To Form

City Opera's 'Candide' Is A Charming, Raucous Return To Form

– EXPAND Chip Zien, Gregg Edelman, and Brooks Ashmanskas Photo by sarah shatzSeveral years after New York City’s Opera’s departure from Lincoln Center with bankruptcy looming in the near future, the company is back onstage.It kicks off 2017 with a new production of Leonard Bernstein’s Candide, one of the most beloved scores in its repertory, directed by Broadway superstar Hal Prince.It’s both a strong and safe choice for the company’s first full season under new leadership: a crowd-pleaser of a show and a gemstone from the company’s history, in a new production by City Opera stalwart Prince, one of the leading lights of the New York theater.
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