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.

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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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Current Issue: October 2015 — VOL. 80, NO. 4