Mirandolina


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Mirandolina

innkeeper artfully seduces misogynist for sport. [Ital. Lit.: The Mistress of the Inn]
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Petersburg Conservatory, has already led orchestras in productions throughout Europe, including Rigoletto with Frankfurt and Braunschweig State Opera, Carmen at the Koyal Danish Opera, La traviata with Leipzig Opera and the Gewandhaus Orchestra, Wagner's Siegfried (as associate conductor) in Leipzig, Martinu's Mirandolina at the Bavarian State Opera, Traviata at the Romanian National Opera in Bucharest, and Die Zauberflote, again at Braunschweig.
During the summer, some of the time-honoured Czech operas received new foreign productions too, with the most significant being of Viktor Ullmann's The Emperor of Atlantis at the Teatro Real in Madrid, Bohuslav Martinu's Mirandolina at the Teatro La Fenice in Venice, and Leos Janacek's From the House of the Dead, within the Savonlinna Opera Festival in Finland.
I acted for him only in a production of Mirandolina for Dulaang Kabataang Barangay.
E il mutamento in letteratura lo vedremo quando una locandiera come Mirandolina riesce col proprio lavoro a conquistarsi l'indipendenza economica, che e come dire la liberta e l'uguaglianza.
Dante Remus Lazarescu is not a particularly nice man--he is cantankerous and a bit of a drunk (be prefers a dubious concoction called "Mastropol," brewed by his neighbors), and he loves his three cats (one of whom bears the melodiously unlikely name of Mirandolina), who seem to perpetually sleep and stretch obliviously, draped across the grungy furniture of his apartment.
"It's still about real people with real problems." She's happy it gives her the chance to sing, something earlier roles, in last year's Conservatory production of Mirandolina and the Banyan's Sight Unseen, did not.
Ma nessuno, fra i commediografi del Settecento, capi meglio di lui il fascino delle maschere, se vero che durante tutti gli anni della sua Riforma, dal 1748 al 1753 e oltre, il vecchio Pantalone torna nelle sue commedie con un contenuto nuovo, come saggio e laborioso mercante veneziano portatore di una risentita etica ed ideologia borghese, mentre la malizia e la liberta della soubrette rivivranno nell'arguto savoir faire di Mirandolina.
Originally set in 18th-century Florence, this adaptation, by North West writer Ranjit Bolt, is set in the turbulent, economically ravaged, Fascist Italy of the 1930s in the run-down inn inherited by the beautiful and liberated Mirandolina. The tale follows her battle for survival in a world and time dominated by men.
108-09 (not included in Gunsberg's bibliography), the moralizing prefaces of the comedies of these years contrast markedly with the values embodied in the characters, most evidently in the case of La locandiera (1750), whose preface's punitive attitude towards independent women is belied by the play and its 'ammirazione evidente per Mirandolina'.