The Cunning Little Vixen
Yesterday, I got to sit in and watch the final rehearsal for The New York Philharmonic's whimsical production of Leoš Janáček's Cunning Little Vixen which opens today. It's a lovely transformation of the space over at Avery Fisher Hall, and I reckon the scenery and Doug Fitch's magical costumes--which are at once representational and ad-hoc, a fantasia of fabulous junk which transforms a delightful cast into forest creatures--will be missed in the international radio broadcast. The glorious score and singers however will be well represented.
It's an absolutely delightful production.
There are a few more drawings from the rehearsal over on the Facebook page for Just Drawn That Way. You can check them out via the link to Facebook on the side of this page.
(Isabel Bayrakdarian as the cunning little fox at the center of the show.)