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Picture Gallery: The Love For Three Oranges, Opera Australia

Prokofiev’s madcap ‘anti-opera’ opened on Sydney this week. There is an abundance of satire in Tom Stoppard’s wickedly funny English libretto with plenty of belly laughs, fantasy and high camp embedded in a riot of colour. Scroll down to see all 7 images. Images courtesy Opera Australia

Rosario La Spina (The Prince) and Catherine Bouchier (Princess Nicoletta) in Opera Australia's production of The Love for Three Oranges.  Photo credit: Prudence Upton
Rosario La Spina (The Prince) and Catherine Bouchier (Princess Nicoletta) in Opera Australia’s production of The Love for Three Oranges.
Photo credit: Prudence Upton
David Parkin performs the role of The King of Clubs in Opera Australia's production of The Love for Three Oranges.  Photo credit: Prudence Upton
David Parkin performs the role of The King of Clubs in Opera Australia’s production of The Love for Three Oranges.
Photo credit: Prudence Upton
Antoinette Halloran performs the role of Fata Morgana in Opera Australia's production of The Love for Three Oranges.  Photo credit: Prudence Upton
Antoinette Halloran performs the role of Fata Morgana in Opera Australia’s production of The Love for Three Oranges.
Photo credit: Prudence Upton
Margaret Trubiano (Princess Clarice) and Andrew Moran (Leandro) in Opera Australia's production of The Love for Three Oranges.  Photo credit: Prudence Upton
Margaret Trubiano (Princess Clarice) and Andrew Moran (Leandro) in Opera Australia’s production of The Love for Three Oranges.
Photo credit: Prudence Upton
Luke Gabbedy (Pantaloon), Rosario La Spina (The Prince), David Parkin (The King of Clubs) and Kanen Breen (Truffaldino) in Opera Australia's production of The Love for Three Oranges.  Photo credit: Prudence Upton
Luke Gabbedy (Pantaloon), Rosario La Spina (The Prince), David Parkin (The King of Clubs) and Kanen Breen (Truffaldino) in Opera Australia’s production of The Love for Three Oranges.
Photo credit: Prudence Upton
Dancer Thomas Anastopoulos and Anna Yun in Opera Australia's production of The Love for Three Oranges.  Photo credit: Prudence Upton
Dancer Thomas Anastopoulos and Anna Yun in Opera Australia’s production of The Love for Three Oranges.
Photo credit: Prudence Upton
Kanen Breen performs the role of Truffaldino in Opera Australia's production of The Love for Three Oranges.  Photo credit: Prudence Upton
Kanen Breen performs the role of Truffaldino in Opera Australia’s production of The Love for Three Oranges.
Photo credit: Prudence Upton

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