The Royal Ballet’s The Metamorphosis in full

Matthew Bourne΄s Swan Lake, 2012 – P. I. Tchaikovsky – Richard Winsor, Dominic North

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The Royal Ballet present Arthur Pita’s adaptation of Franz Kafka’s The Metamorphosis as part of the Royal Opera House’s #OurHouseToYourHouse series every Friday night.

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Cast and creative team:

Gregor Samsa: Edward Watson
Grete Samsa: Laura Day
Mrs Samsa: Nina Goldman
Mr Samsa: Neil Reynolds
Maid/Coffee Lady: Bettina Carpi
Clerk: Greig Cooke
Train Conductor: Amir Giles
Dream Figure/Bearded Men: Bettina Carpi, Amir Giles, Greig Cooke

Choreography: Arthur Pita
Music: Frank Moon
Designs: Simon Daw
Lighting design: Guy Hoare

This recording was originally made in 2013.

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