Sometimes the simplest solutions are best, as Pat C. realized in identifying our previous Regie quiz as Samson et Dalila.
Remember, remember, the first of November, the Occupy regie and quiz!
Oh, those Alps (“Loved her, hated him!”) have done it again, or at least for the first time.
Our Own Ercole Farnese demonstrated that his brain is as well-developed as his trapezoids by guessing, quickly and accurately, that last week’s Regie Quiz depicted Rienzi.
A name new to La Cieca, but surely soon to become familiar indeed, Phantom Violist, cracked the regie code last week.
La Cieca (not pictured) tips her hat (pictured) to the participants in our second “Regie to the Rescue” competition.
With almost frightening speed, floridante2k nailed our most recent Regie quiz.
The little grey cells of cosmodimontevergine came in quite handy in unraveling the mystery of our previous regie quiz.
ell, La Cieca thought for a while there that last week’s Regie quiz had stumped the entire panel, but then along came floridante2k with the right answer.
Our most recent Regie quiz provided a rare occasion on which La Cieca can perform her own victory cantata the celebrate the defeat of the nimble minds of the cher public.
When Quanto Painy Fakor said “Hamlet,” ianw2 replied, “You know what, you may be right.”
Our most recent Regie quiz yielded lots of guesses from the cher public, many of them very clever indeed.
This busy production stumped just about everyone.
Even if no one guessed the correct opera on our most recent Regie quiz, Our Own Batty Masetto did the next best or perhaps even better thing…
Well, if there’s a lesson to be learned from our most recent Regie quiz, cher public, it is this: trust your gut.
Some, though certainly not many, guesses at the most recent Regie quiz, but no one quite hit upon the identity of the opera in question, Handel’s Alcina.
Heavens, what with breakdown of the site a couple weeks ago, the Regie quiz has been forgotten for all too long!
Some good guesses on our previous Regie quiz, cher public, but nobody hit the bullseye.
Yet another of the institutions of parterre, the Regie Quiz, seems to have slipped away from us, temporarily at least, with the most recent puzzler over a month ago. And yet, with all that time to ponder, not a single member of the cher public identified the work correctly! It was La Damnation de Faust,…
Indeed those were Cretan windmills seen in the most recent Regie quiz, and once that fact was established, manou and MontyNostry quickly closed the case: the opera is indeed Idomeneo, as performed at the Tiroler Landestheater in a production by Peer Boysen. You’ll find more to puzzle over after the jump.
No shortage of interesting guesses, but, alas, none of the cher public were only MontyNostry was able to identify last week’s Regie quiz by the three images chosen. The opera, in fact, was Pikovaya Dama, and that lady taking a nap in her corset in the third photo is none other than the title character. Some…
Among a number of very amusing guesses (bravi tutti!) at last week’s Regie quiz, our Camille actually was not too far off. No, it wasn’t Menotti, but it was a children’s opera, a new work called Mikropolis (“Die abenteuerliche Insektenoper von Christian Jost“) as performed at the Komische Oper Berlin. A more standard piece (though,…
The little gray cells of operalover9001 were functioning at full capacity last week, raciocinating that the fuller-figured soloists must imply a heavier sing. And, yes, the mystery opera was a very hard sing indeed, Les Troyens at the Badisches Staatstheater Karlsruhe, directed by David Hermann. This week’s quiz promises to be as difficult to guess…
Nothing pleases La Cieca better than stumping the panel. As such, she will turn all the cards over and reveal that our most recent Regie quiz depicts Chabrier’s L’étoile, as presented by Oper Frankfurt, directed by Our (Occasionally) Own David Alden. A snippet of Alden’s show follows the jump; then you can mull over yet…