Alexandra will give her Australian main-stage debut in the role of Jemmy in G. Rossini’s Guillaume Tell with Victorian Opera in Melbourne.  This is Alexandra’s first ‘pants role’. In this dynamic new production, Jemmy is the 15-year-old son of William Tell, and on the brink of manhood.  He is brazen in his confidence, but his naivety is soon shattered by the tyrannical violence he witnesses at the hands of Gesler, the oppressive Austrian leader. The legend of William Tell celebrates the fight for freedom and has become a lasting symbol of resistance in modern Europe.


Palais Theatre, St Kilda, Melbourne, Australia

Saturday 14 July 2018 7:30pm
Tuesday 17 July 2018 7:30pm
Thursday 19 July 2018 7:30pm

Conductor Richard Mills
Director Rodula Gaitanou
Set and Lighting Design Simon Corder
Costume Design Esther Marie Hayes

Guillaume Tell Armando Noguera
Arnold Melcthal Carlos E. Bárcenas
Walter Furst Jeremy Kleeman
Melcthal Teddy Tahu Rhodes
Jemmy Alexandra Flood
Gesler Paolo Pecchioli
Rodolphe Paul Biencourt
Ruodi Timothy Reynolds
Leuthold Jerzy Kozlowski
Mathilde Gisela Stille
Hedwige Liane Keegan

Orchestra Orchestra Victoria

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