Marcelo Álvarez interprets the revolutionary (French) poet
Teatro Regio, Tuesday 15th January 2013 at 20:00
Andrea Chénier, "a tragedy of historic environment", an opera by Umberto Giordano, is back, after ten years, at the Teatro Regio from the 15th to 30th January 2013 with the settings signed by director Lamberto Puggelli. For the occasion, Renato Palumbo, acclaimed by critics and audiences as an impeccable opera conductor, will be on the podium of the Orchestra and Chorus Teatro Regio Torino after having finished the last Season with Un Ballo in Maschera.
The settings, originally designed for the Theatre Carlo Felice in Genova, has been completely revised and redone by the setting laboratories of the Teatro Regio, becoming then part of the shows known as "made in Regio" dedicated to different operas repertoire which are simple but at the same time of great effect. The setting which is accurate and faithful to the text, as well as intelligently done is signed by a master of Italian theatre, Lamberto Puggelli. In this edition, the direction is by Salvo Piro, the scenes are Paulo Bregni, costumes by Luisa Spinatelli, a long-lasting collaborator of Puggelli and lights are by Bruno Ciulli.
The actors on the stage of the Teatro Regio are: Marcelo Álvarez, Alberto Mastromarino and María José Siri.