Tag Archives: State Opera of South Australia

Moby-Dick Reviewed “Down Under”

by Suzanne Calvin

Overall, it’s a good review of the Southern Hemisphere premiere of Jake Heggie and Gene Scheer’s marvelous “Moby-Dick.” But, admittedly, the reviewer lost me in the final moments with the comment that “It is questionable whether this plot provides all that a modern opera needs to tell a compelling story which gives hope and means […]

Moby-Dick Reviewed "Down Under"

by tdoadmin

Overall, it’s a good review of the Southern Hemisphere premiere of Jake Heggie and Gene Scheer’s marvelous “Moby-Dick.” But, admittedly, the reviewer lost me in the final moments with the comment that “It is questionable whether this plot provides all that a modern opera needs to tell a compelling story which gives hope and means […]

“Heggie is the new Wagner”

by Suzanne Calvin

What an accolade from Adelaide! Read more of this interview in “The Adelaide Review” with Timothy Sexton, the new head of State Opera of South Australia, where Jake Heggie and Gene Scheer’s “Moby-Dick” is being revived a year after bringing the house down, here in Dallas. UPDATE: Check out this dress rehearsal footage in a […]

"Heggie is the new Wagner"

by tdoadmin

What an accolade from Adelaide! Read more of this interview in “The Adelaide Review” with Timothy Sexton, the new head of State Opera of South Australia, where Jake Heggie and Gene Scheer’s “Moby-Dick” is being revived a year after bringing the house down, here in Dallas. UPDATE: Check out this dress rehearsal footage in a […]

Jonathan Pell, Summer of Opera, Part 24

by Megan Meister

I am in Adelaide, and last night was the triumphant Australian premiere of Jake Heggie and Gene Scheer’s MOBY-DICK at the State Opera of South Australia.  The reviews aren’t out yet, but if the audience response is any indication, the production will be as big a hit here as it was in Dallas. It is […]

Quote of the Day

by Suzanne Calvin

From Jay Hunter Morris, about to embark on a voyage through the South Seas as Captain of the Pequod. The quote: “It’s going to outlive us all.” The topic?  Something tells me you can guess, even without this link. Suzanne Calvin, Manager/Director Media & PR