Do not miss Madama Butterfly at the Teatro San Carlo in Naples: an exciting work that penetrates the soul and moves viewers.
If you want to witness an exciting work, in a unique and fascinating context like the Teatro San Carlo di Naples, then you can not lose Madama Butterly scheduled from 16 to 20 April 2019 directed by Ferzan Ozpetek.
Japanese tragedy in three acts on a libretto by Giuseppe Giacosa and Luigi Illica, Madama Butterfly is dedicated to the queen of Italy Elena of Montenegro. Taken from the tragedy Madame Butterfly by David Belasco, the latter is in turn taken from the story Madame Butterfly by John Luther Long
Despite the resounding fiasco of the first, Madama Butterfly in two acts went on stage at the Teatro alla Scala the 17 February 1904, second Puccini "My Butterfly remains what it is, the most felt and evocative work I have ever conceived". And indeed it is so. It is no coincidence, in fact, that his work is now reproduced at the Teatro San Carlo that for the occasion has decided to rely on the look of Ferzan Ozpetek. A work that focuses on the man, who penetrates the soul and moves the spectators.
Behind the realization of Madama Butterfly at the Teatro San Carlo there is the work of the director Gabriele Ferro and of Chorus master Gea Garatti. The direction was entrusted to Ferzan Ozpetek, while Alessandro lai deals with costumes, Sergio Tramonti of the scenes e Pasquale Mari of the lights.
So do not miss Madama Butterfly at the Teatro San Carlo in Naples, a show in Italian with surtitles in Italian and English by the duration of 3 approximately hours with interval.
Information on Madama Butterfly at the Teatro San Carlo
When: from 16 to 20 April 2019
Where: San Carlo Theater - via San Carlo, Naples
- Tuesday 16 April 2019, 20.00 hours - Round A
- Wednesday 17 April 2019, 18.00 hours - Turn B
- Thursday 18 April 2019, 18.00 hours - Out of subscription
- Friday 19 April 2019, 20.00 hours - Round C / D
- Saturday 20 April 2019, 19.00 hours - Turn F
- from 25 to 150 euro for the First
- from 25 to 130 euros for the Weekend
- For detailed information on reduced prices and tickets see the site of the San Carlo Theater