A break cannot be caught. Yesterday, I had a look at my rss feed reader and in the first article displayed, a question was proposed: What’s the No. 1 opera that allows a White Shirt mezzo to have their hands all over generally not just one, but two sopranos?
The Giessen production of Figaro provides a similar scene: Cherubino in a white shirt with rolled-up sleves.
The same we had with Ariodante in Baden-Baden:
What is it about the white shirts and rolled up sleeves? I’m curious about how they will dress Joyce as Octavian. And I will find out in less than two weeks!!
(@Aniklachev: feel free to post this picture if you like!)