25 April 2016 at 10.53pm | 75 Comments
#ROHlucia fantastic production and performances: works brilliantly in cinema.
— Roger Mullis (@RogerMullis) April 25, 2016
We love #ROHlucia ...well done Katie Mitchell for the production, brings such intensity to the relationship.
— Jane Ennis (@leonora1) April 25, 2016
#ROHlucia finally tells us a true story. The powerful femininity of Lucia shines thanks to Diana Damrau and Katie Mitchell.
— Rebecca Romeo Pitone (@RebRomeoPitone) April 25, 2016
#ROHlucia Katie Mitchell may have had some good intuitions. The implementation is very poor, though. She doesn't understand opera.
— Gianni Meneghini (@ariele47) April 25, 2016
#ROHlucia Glorious singing. Ludicrous staging. Sledgehammer sensationalism!
— Enobarbus (@Polyphiloprogen) April 25, 2016
Poor Donizetti, happy he can't see #ROHlucia
— Lu Biagi (@pandored73) April 25, 2016
Best production of Lucia ever, bravo the director!! Legendary. Diana will forever own the role of Lucia from now on. #ROHlucia
— Yi Vei (@Yivs99) April 25, 2016
— Louise Freya Garner (@LouiseGarner93) April 25, 2016
Nothing more to say about Act III other than breathtaking. The singing and acting and the whole Act, was incredible #ROHlucia
— Ciara (@cazansley) April 25, 2016
The ghosts are curiously more lifelike and almost mocking up close in cinema #ROHlucia
— The Fingal Pimpernel (@fingalpimpernel) April 25, 2016
Ophelia take note. This is how you do a madness scene #ROHlucia
— Victoria Maxfield (@vikki_400) April 25, 2016
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