Who said that opera was not modern? The Louvre auditorium rebukes all the preconceived ideas on the opera and offers us a « sex, drug and rock n’ roll » spectacle on the life of former playmate Anna Nicole Smith.
The pitch? The story of a young 26-year-old playmate who marries a millionaire of nearly 90, a battle for the inheritance, her destructive love affairs and death by overdose! Quite a story !
A resolutely modern production by Mark-Anthony Turnage staged by Richard Jones, who will surely spark our musical instincts.
ANNA NICOLE by Mark-Anthony Turnage,
Saturday 10 November at 3pm
Orchestre du Royal Opéra House
Seats: from 5€ to 10€