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Verdi Vlog 5: Prudence and Louisa on playing Violetta & singing in English

Thursday, June 25th, 2015 by Tricycle

Prudence and Louisa are back! After discussing some of the challenges of the role in the last Verdi Vlog, Prudence and Louisa now talk about some of the highlights of playing the leading lady.

Some of you may already know that OperaUpClose’s version of La Traviata is sung in English rather than the original Italian – Prudence and Louisa give their thoughts on singing in English.

We’re really enjoying reading all your tweets and posts – please do tweet us @tricycletheatre #LaTraviata

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Verdi Vlog 3: Prudence Sanders on the glamour of the 1920s

Thursday, June 18th, 2015 by Tricycle

Continuing our Verdi Vlog series with the cast and team behind OperaUpClose’s La Traviata, today Prudence Sanders who also plays Violetta, makes all the ladies very jealous talking about the beautiful 1920s costumes they wear during the show.

Got a question for Prudence or the La Traviata team? Tweet us @tricycletheatre #LaTraviata. In the next Verdi Vlog we hear from the Violetta’s on what it takes to play the part – check back soon.

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Verdi Vlog 1: Louisa Tee on the perfect 1920s bob

Wednesday, June 10th, 2015 by Tricycle

Welcome to the first vlog in our new series of Verdi Vlogs which we will be sharing with our followers in the run up to OperaUpClose’s La Traviata, on stage here at the Tricycle from 22 June – 4 July.

Set in the glamorous world of 1920s speakeasies and bootlegging, we will have lots of video blogs about the opera, being an opera singer, creating the vintage style and some funny behind the scenes info coming over the next few weeks, so be sure to check back regularly.

Kicking us off today, opera singer Louisa Tee who is one of the actors playing Violetta, tells us of her quest for the perfect 1920s hairstyle.

For more information and to book, click here. Don’t forget to tweet us using the hash tag #LaTravita