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Natasha Underwood plays the lead role during the Domo ni Karmen Opera,the first Pacific Opera, at the Civic Centre in Suva.

The adventure for the Domo ni Karmen opera family continues as they leave for New Caledonia on the 29th of July to present a recital version of the show at the New Caledonia Conservatory of Music.

Executive producer Isabelle Meslet Dina believes this again is a great opportunity for the local cast to showcase their talents.

Everyone is asking when we are getting back on stage not realising what it means to set up such a show but from here, the sky is the limit, she said.

Based on the French classic Carmen, Domo ni Karmen or Karmens Voice played to full houses in Suva over three nights last week, with the Pacific adaptation hailed as a true rendition of the original.

Dina said the success of the show proved Fiji has much unexplored talent and very little attention is given to the arts when it not only presents the opportunity to express and redefine our identity but also explores social issues that plague our daily lives.

Despite initially slow ticket sales, there was an overwhelming crowd at all the Suva shows with a full house on the VIP night. An extra 100 chairs were added on both public nights with around 300 people being turned away.

It was obvious the production crew had succeeded in their efforts at putting together a song and dance fest that would touch audiences at many levels.

Produced by the French embassy in Suva, the production was directed by New Zealand-based Lord of the Rings choirmaster Ingelese Ete and local playwright Larry Thomas.

The show was taped and talks are on now for a screening on television.




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