On stage, the Mezzo is usually either the mean enemy of a nice soprano, the mysterious woman to be killed by a tenor who can’t handle her or some gender-fluid baroque prince. That’s all very well and fun, but sometimes even Carmencita simply wants to be nice, merry, friendly and generous. Luckily, Flotow wrote just THAT part: Nancy, Martha’s rather practical best friend and Contralto-Soubrette ;).

Enjoy some impressions of the intense and amazing production at Eduard-von-Winterstein-Theatre Annaberg, directed by Jasmin Solfaghari.

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