Learning to walk on the wild side

The set for the 2012 Glyndebourne Festival production of Janáček's The Cunning Little Vixen includes a vertical back wall with a forest path which doubles as a subterranean glance into the animals lair. Get an insight from the dancers who were involved that had to walk the vertical path with only a wire attached to their pelvis, Interesting fact: Cast members refer to the set as the 'gerbilarium'.

Comments

A brilliant production. We had a wonderful evening.

The most glorious production! So creative and original.

Another successful Glyndebourne experience.

The food in the Upper/Middle Wallop has vastly improved.

Wonderful!

I was there last night and so wanted to know how the path worked in this amazing production - many thanks. HilaryCG

Absolutely amazing production..fascinating from start to finish.

I loved the dancers and thought they enahnced a wonderful production

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