The Magic Flute is back at ArtsEmerson, giving audiences a chance to yet again dance along to Mozart. We are thrilled to bring this show and Isango Ensemble back to Boston, reflecting on the joy this company brings to our stages. We’d love to know your thoughts and open up a dialogue about The Magic Flute. Below, we have some prompts for you to get the conversation started. Feel free to leave a comment on this blog post, or reach out on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram. As always, we’ll be collecting reviews and other audience testimonials for you to refer to.
- If you could see Isango do any opera or musical, what would it be?
- Did you learn anything about how stories can be told from Isango’s approach to Mozart’s Opera?
- What aria or image brought you the most joy?
Haven’t seen The Magic Flute yet? It’s only here until November 10 at the Cutler Majestic Theatre, so be sure to buy your tickets soon!
“There is a spiritual fusing of traditions here that adds a whole new dimension to what we consider opera.”
“”The vocal talent and musicality of Isango Ensemble is astounding.” –Theatre Mirror
“This morality tale was given a whole new lease on life.”
“If you think you’ve seen the definitive ‘Magic Flute’ sometime in the past, think again. This was the ‘Magic Flute’ of the present and the future.” – South Shore Critic
“I took my 16 year old grandson and we both loved it! Really wonderful, goosebumps and all.” – Lynn N., Facebook