The opening chorus of Gaetano Donizetti’s ‘Siege of Calais.’ Photo: Carrington Spires/The Glimmerglass Festival, used with permission.
Mayor Eustachio de Saint-Pierre (Adrian Timpau), confronts certain death. Photo: Karli Cadel/The Glimmerglass Festival, used with permission.
Aurelio (Aleks Romano), Filippo (Rock Lasky) and Eleonora (Leah Crocetto). Photo: Karli Cadel/The Glimmerglass Festival, used with permission.
Calais’ Mayor Eustachio bears English attackers and his citizens’ unrest. Photo: Karli Cadel/The Glimmerglass Festival, used with permission.
Six sacrificial victims will die instead of the entire city’s populace. Photo: Carrington Spires/The Glimmerglass Festival, used with permission.
Aurelio’s tearful good-bye before execution. Photo: Karli Cadel/The Glimmerglass Festival, used with permission.
England’s King Edoardo III (Michael Hewitt) craves the death of all rebels. Photo: Karli Cadel/The Glimmerglass Festival, used with permission.
With Eustachio, Aurelio: M. Winkler, J. Leppek, C. DuPont, C. Williams-Ali. Photo: Karli Cadel/The Glimmerglass Festival, used with permission.
Queen Isabella (Helena Brown), the Voice of Reason, intervenes for Calais. Photo: Karli Cadel/The Glimmerglass Festival, used with permission.
Leah Crocetto sings Eleonora’s jubilant rondo finale. Photo: Karli Cadel/The Glimmerglass Festival, used with permission.
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Photogallery - Glimmerglass Festival gives U.S. premiere of Donizetti’s ‘Siege of Calais’