Vixen


Jul 26 - Aug 19, 2017
Vaults, London / Helsinki Comic Opera / Beijing Music Festival

Silent Opera's immersive reimagining of Janáček’s classic opera, Cunning Little Vixen at The Vaults.

Vixen is a young runaway girl on the streets of London. As she begs for help, she is abducted by a man known as The Forester. But as she tries to escape, she becomes the hunted, in a world that has no place for her.

The story unfolds as you explore the uniquely designed space, with singers appearing in front of you, beside you and behind you. In each area you can take a seat and have everything flow around you or remove your headphones for that up close and personal experience of great opera voices.

This is a 360º experience, where opera and great storytelling come to life.

 


Director: Daisy Evans
Music Director: Stephen Higgins
Original Music: Leos Janacek
Musical arrangements: Max Pappenheim & Stephen Higgins
Sound design: David Gregory & Max Pappenheim
Translation: Daisy Evans
Designer: Kitty Callister
Lighting Designer: Jake Wiltshire
Assistant Director: Mark Burns
Associate Lighting Designer: Rob Price

Producer: Oliver Mackwood
Producer: Bob Holland
General Manager: Celia Dugua
Production Assistant: Harry Totham
Production Manager: Owen Donkin
Sound #1: Andy Hinton
Deputy Stage Manager: Rosellen Cassell
Assistant Stage Manager: Georgia Tetlow
Wigs, Hair and Makeup Supervisor: Corinne Young
Wigs, Hair and Makeup Artist: Rebecca Dent
Costume Supervisor: Laura Haley
Props Supervisor: Daisy Bradley
Engineering Technician: Sham Chander
Lighting Supervisor: Gary James
Lighting Programmer and Operator: Christina Smith
Lighting Technician: Rik Cochrane
Design Assistant: Ella Tressler
Stage Crew: Esme Pitts


Marketing by JHI Marketing
PR by Kevin Wilson


★★★★★
The Stage
'Bold, unsettling, riveting' 

★★★★★
Everything Theatre
'I've never seen opera as fresh and engaging as this' 

★★★★
Evening Standard
'It makes for an agreeable disorienting experience'

★★★★
Evening Standard
'Wonderfully engaging that will entice younger people to opera for the first, but not the last time'