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02.21.2020

"Stage director Kristine McIntyre brought Poulenc’s one woman drama into the modern era with her own updated translation of the libretto. Performing the opera in English removed the need for surtitles, which let the audience focus on the drama. In addition to the telep...

01.25.2020

"stage director Kristine McIntyre has kept the story-telling as fluid as possible. Although written in two acts, she quite rightly, I think, has chosen to align the work into one seamless and dizzying trajectory. McIntyre keeps the characters on stage most of the time...

10.15.2019

In Review: In Pittsburgh Opera's Don Giovanni, a noir spin proves arresting, thought-provoking

"When serial womanizer and sexual deviant Don Giovanni meets his operatic demise, it’s impossible not to consider the parallels to some of opera’s real-life stars. In recent y...

09.23.2019

"THERE WERE SURPRISES on July 14 with Kristine McIntyre’s emotionally shattering mounting of Alban Berg’s seminal twelve-tone masterpiece Wozzeck.  . . Baritone Michael Mayes created a magnificently rendered portrait of the bedeviled protagonist that was heart-wrenchin...

07.30.2019

"If any further proof were needed that Des Moines Metro Opera is at the forefront of operatic excellence in America, their theatrically searing, musically impeccable Wozzeck would cement this assertion. I am happy to report that although I have only ever seen good prod...

07.23.2019

"CHICAGO OPERA THEATER notably upped its artistic ante on April 25 with the belated and spectacular Windy City premiere of Jake Heggie’s Moby-Dick. The mounting is a co-effort with the companies of Utah, Pittsburgh, San Jose and the Gran Teatre del Liceu, and was by so...

07.09.2019

“The audience at the performance I attended on July 6, was open to the risk DMMO took and rewarded them with their applause. The applause after the 90-minute show would not stop. DMMO had to lower the "curtain" and turn on the house lights before the applause would die...

05.13.2019

Season in review: Palm Beach arts critics name favorite shows and exhibitions
Palm Beach Opera: Mozart’s Don Giovanni

Feb. 22, Kravis Center
 

A new take on the greatest opera ever written: Director Kristine McIntyre rethought the work as a 1940s Hollywood film noir. It...

04.29.2019

This Superb Moby-Dick is a Defining Point in Chicago Opera Theater’s History

"By any measure, the Chicago Opera Theater's staging of Jake Heggie's Moby-Dick at the Harris Theater for Music and Dance is a defining success in the history of the company… handsomely realize...

03.12.2019

Palm Beach Opera serves up a striking, film noir “Don Giovanni”
"Don Giovanni’s brand of swinishness is so universal that the opera translates smoothly into other eras. In a production that opened Friday at the Kravis Center, stage director Kristine McIntyre’s smart, w...

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