WQXR’s Operavore on “Pygmalion”

In a modern-dress production with hipsters in the chorus and Cupid in a three-piece suit with wings, stage director Eric Einhorn smartly makes soprano Emalie Savoy (Cephise) a grieving, ongoing presence who eventually sends a letter of presumed condemnation to Pygmalion. Reuniting with her, and allowing the statue (soprano Camille Zamora) to turn back into the statue.

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