The Don Patrol
Michael Grandage, one of the British theater's most exciting directors, tells MATT WOLF about his plans for the Met's new incarnation of Don Giovanni.
Grandage's realization of Britten's Billy Budd at Glyndebourne in 2010
© Alastair Muir 2011
Michael Grandage stands apart — even in London, a city in which theater directors proliferate. It's not merely because of his level of output, which encompasses nearly as many productions (forty-three...
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