Kathryn makes her opera debut in English National Opera’s production of ‘The Marriage of Figaro.’
ENO’s production of Mozart’s The Marriage of Figaro directed by Fiona Shaw and conducted by Paul Daniel received four star reviews in The Independent, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Express.
Kathryn has received critical acclaim for her debut role as Cherubino in the production…
Financial Times…….”The star performance comes from Kathryn Rudge’s Cherubino – chaotically sexy, charismatic, totally compelling.” 6th October 2011.
What’s on Stage…….”Kathryn Rudge glories as the ever nubile cross-dressing Cherubino” 5th October 2011
Daily Express……”Kathryn Rudge gave a lovely performance as the sexually frustrated pageboy Cherubino, especially when exploiting to the full the comic potential of a girl playing the part of a boy dressed as a girl.” 7th October 2011
The Independent……”Kathryn Rudge (Cherubino) keeps the palpitating intensity of adolescence on the boil”. 6th October 2011
The Guardian…….”Kathryn Rudge (Cherubino) sensually refined” 6th October 2011
Tom Sutcliffe and his guests – novelist Michael Arditti and writers Natalie Haynes and Kevin Jackson – review the week’s cultural highlights including ENO’s The Marriage of Figaro.
Click here to listen: http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b015msd3
Photo above: Roland Wood as Almaviva, Kathryn Rudge as Cherubino, Iain Paterson as Figaro in The Marriage of Figaro performed by English National Opera. Photo © Alastair Muir