Sydney Opera House - the Opera, the Eight Wonder

at Sydney Opera House, Sydney, 2000 Australia


Sydney Opera House - the Opera, the Eight Wonder
Sydney Opera House
Sydney , NSW 2000
Australia

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Act 1 Scene 1: Parliament House 1955 The spirits of the Earth and Sky reveal that mankind is torn between the earth
we know and the sky we've seen while, in Sydney, Australia, The Premier has decided,
against the wishes of his cabinet, to build an opera house.
Scene 3: The Conservatorium 1957 In the Conservatorium of Music, Madame Magda wants her talented young student,
Alexandra Mason, to take a scholarship to Zürich but her boyfriend, Stephen Goldring,
wants her to stay with him and wait for the new opera house.
Scene 10: Living Room 1965 Stephen and Alexandra argue over the change of government, the Opera House and
Stephen's increasing role in Opera House politics as a representative of the Orchestra.
Sydney Opera House — The Opera will be performed
on the steps of Sydney Opera House.
Seating At this event, the audience will sit on reserved seats on the Sydney Opera House
Forecourt looking towards the sails of Sydney Opera House while the performance takes
place on the steps.
Headphones At Sydney Opera House – The Opera, we'll supply our audience
members with headphones and an FM receiver.
Sydney Opera House — The Opera is an open-air and all-weather event The venue, audience seating, and the stage are completely uncovered.
The
event is an all-weather experience and Opera Australia is committed to going ahead
with a performance of Sydney Opera House — The Opera even in doubtful
or unfavourable weather conditions.
Performance pauses and cancellations We will only cancel a performance during electrical storms (within 10km radius)
or during times of extremely high winds and/or rain.
The decision to
cancel a performance is not made until 7.30pm or later and a cancellation may be called
during the performance.
Auxiliary expenses including travel, accommodation or hospitality which you have
arranged in conjunction with the performance are at your own risk and not refundable
by Opera Australia.
There are five pop-up bar and restaurant areas on the Forecourt of Sydney Opera
House, exclusively for Sydney Opera House — The Opera .
2016Forecourt, Sydney Opera House NEW PRODUCTION The story of the Sydney Opera House has more twists and turns than most operas: this
is a tale you couldn’t make up.
From the producers of Handa Opera on Sydney Harbour, this is an outdoor opera experience
in an exciting new setting.
Enter a nostalgic Australian wonderland of Hills Hoists
and cricket pitches, settle into your seat, enjoy a glass of wine from one of the
many bars, and gaze up at the Sydney Opera House, the stunning backdrop for The
Eighth Wonder — our first silent opera.
The 100-metre wide steps of the Sydney Opera House will transform into an opera
stage for the first time ever, harnessing cutting-edge technology to deliver a story
that shaped the cultural landscape of Australia.
Everyone who played a part in the building of the Sydney Opera House
is a character in the opera, from the NSW Premier to a government engineer to a Sydney
socialite.
150 aspiring architects from the UNSW Built Environment will contribute to the
outdoor spectacle, creating a number of visual art installations for the site, including
a 3D-printed bar table, Hills Hoists, as well as an exhibition of Max Dupain’s
iconic photographs of the construction of the Sydney Opera House.
This
is a story of a building — but few buildings in the world catch so many
personalities, so many agendas and so many dreams in its sails.