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Ill Pigmalione

New York City Opera's, Two Act Dance Opera

Act 1
Act 1
Act 2
Act 2
Act 2 Statue Dancers
Act 2 Pygmalion & Golden Statue
Golden Statue
The Lovers
Act 1 Pygmalione
Act 1 Woman
Act 2 Pygmalione
Chorus Men
Chorus Women
Statue Dancers
Golden Statue

directed by Richard Stafford

conducted by Pacien Mazzagatti

costume design Janet O'Neill

scenic design John Farrell 

wig design Georgi Eberhard

Mandatory Photo Credit
Professional website: Photo © Sarah Shatz 
Instagram: Photo @sarahshatzie
Twitter: Photo @sarahshatz
Facebook: Photo © Sarah Shat

Performance Location

Gerald W. Lynch Theater at John Jay College, New York NY

March 24, 25 2018 


The myth of Pygmalion, the artist who begs Venus to animate his sculpture of the ideal female form, inspired both Donizetti's first opera and one of Rameau's most revered masterworks. For the first time in New York, these one-act gems are brought together in the same program. Act 1 placed in contemporary form and Act 2 with a 1890's aesthetic vibe. 

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