EVE BRONTË JONES
Projects in order of completion.
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Welsh National Opera
"Brundibár (bumblebee) is a children’s opera.
Rehearsals started in 1941 at the Jewish orphanage in Prague, which served as a temporary educational facility for children separated from their parents by the war."
Costume Dresser (WNO youth)
Dir. David Poutney
The Prisoner/Fidelio II
Costume Dresser (community chorus)
"When her family’s safety is put at risk, Magda Sorel must obtain visas for them to leave the country. Magda is pitted against a bureaucracy that is unrelenting and which has corrupt police."
Costume Dresser (womens principles)
Designer April Dalton
Dir. Max Hoehn
Dead Man Walking
"The story of a nun who offers counselling to a convicted killer on death row and later to his victim's families."
Costume Dresser (chorus)
The Magic Flute
"The Queen of the Night coaxes Tamino to rescue her beautiful daughter from the grip of the evil enchanter. With a magic flute and a set of magic bells for protection he sets off on his journey."
Costume Dresser (womens chorus)
Designer Kevin Pollard
Dir, Domonic Cooke
"Devereux has been accused of treason. In order to gain his freedom he has to present the ring of his lover, Queen Elizabeth I. But Devereux is secretly in love, leaving her heartbroken and compelled to sign his death warrant."
Costume Dresser (mens chorus)
Designer Madeline Boyd
Dir. Alessandro Talevi
Un Ballo in Maschera Verdi
"based on the real life assassination of King Gustav III of Sweden who was shot at a masked ball in 1792."
Designer Marie-Jeanne Lecca
Dir. Dave Poutney
"a candy-coloured world of fairy tale full of wit, larger than life characters, delightful mice and vibrant costumes."
Costume dresser (mens chorus & Clorinda and Tisbe)
Designer Joan Guillén
Dir. Joan Font
La Traviata Verdi
Set in 19th century Paris.
Costume dresser (womens chorus)
Designer Tanya McCallin
Dir. David McVicar
War and Peace
Set in 1800's Russia.
Costume dresser (mens chorus)
Costume designer Marie-Jeanne Lecca