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This adaptation of Gian-Carlo Menotti’s Pulitzer Prize winning The Consul (1950), addresses the bureaucracy of immigration against a backdrop of Kafkaesque officialdom. An international cast of emerging opera stars and a chorus of London’s newly-arrived - representing over twelve different nationalities - sing this opera of borders and national divides.
He’s a civilised man, the Consul, we’ve heard. With the best of intentions, we’ve heard. But always keeping us waiting. So, come with us. Wait with us. Waiting – and wanting – to speak to the Consul, to hear from the Consul. Just a word, just a whisper – or even a visa. Just one little visa. This time… Maybe this time?
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