Tuesday, October 14, 2008


I have just returned to London from Castleton, Virginia, where I was directing Britten's ALBERT HERRING for Maestro Lorin Maazel.

Here I am taking my bow on Sunday night!

Follow this link to read the Washington Post review of the production:

  • Albert Herring at Castleton in THE WASHINGTON POST

  • And follow this link to see (General Director of Chicago Opera Theater) Brian Dickie's excellent photographs and to read his blog on the Castleton ALBERT HERRING:

  • Brian Dickie's Blog on Castleton

  • Follow this link to the Castleton Website where you can find details of next year's inaugural CASTLETON FESTIVAL:

  • Chateauville Foundation homepage

  • I'm pleased to report that the artistic directors, (pictured) Lorin and Dietlinde Maazel, have invited me to be the Castleton Resident Stage Director - a three-year post.

    Next year we plan to revive my productions of Benjamin Britten's ALBERT HERRING, BEGGAR'S OPERA and THE RAPE OF LUCRETIA. We will also stage a new production of Britten's TURN OF THE SCREW.


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