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Danielle de Niese in The Merry Widow with gentlemen and ladies surrounding her

Here you will find high-resolution images from Opera Australia's 2017 production of The Merry Widow. This charming operetta, directed and choreographed by Graeme Murphy, will be performed in Melbourne at the Arts Centre Melbourne on the 15–25 November 2017 and will be performed in Sydney 2 January–3 Februrary, 2018 at the Sydney Opera House. 

Please note that all images downloaded from this site must only be used in the relation to the promotion of Opera Australia's productions with appropriate credit to the photographer required.

 

The cast of Opera Australia's production of The Merry Widow at the Arts Centre Melbourne.

Photo credit Jeff Busby.

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Danielle de Niese as Hanna Glawari in Opera Australia's production of The Merry Widow at the Arts Centre Melbourne.

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Danielle de Niese as Hanna Glawari (center) in Opera Australia's production of The Merry Widow at the Arts Centre Melbourne.

Photo credit Jeff Busby.

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Stacey Alleaume as Valencienne and John Longmuir as Camille de Rosillon in Opera Australia's production of The Merry Widow at the Arts Centre Melbourne.

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Alexander Lewis as Danilo Danilowitsch and Danielle de Niese as Hanna Glawari in Opera Australia's production of The Merry Widow at the Arts Centre Melbourne.

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(Left to Right): Luke Gabbedy as Viscount Cascada, Tom Hamilton as Conrad Pritschitsch, Christoper Hillier as Dominik Bogdanowitsch, Richard Anderson as Alexis Kromow, Bradley Cooper as Raoul de St. Brioche, Alexander Lewis as Danilo Danilowitsch, and David Whitney as Baron Mirko Zeta in Opera Australia's production of The Merry Widow at the Arts Centre Melbourne.

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Alexander Lewis as Danilo Danilowitsch in Opera Australia's production of The Merry Widow at the Arts Centre Melbourne.

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Danielle de Niese as Hanna Glawari in Opera Australia's production of The Merry Widow at the Arts Centre Melbourne.

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The cast of Opera Australia's production of The Merry Widow at the Arts Centre Melbourne.

Photo credit Jeff Busby.

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The cast of Opera Australia's production of The Merry Widow at the Arts Centre Melbourne.

Photo credit Jeff Busby.

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Danielle de Niese as Hanna Glawari in Opera Australia's production of The Merry Widow at the Arts Centre Melbourne.

Photo credit Jeff Busby. 

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(Left to Right): Luke Gabbedy as Viscount Cascada, Jane Ede as Sylviane, Christopher Hillier as Dominik Bogdanowitsch, Agnes Sarkis as Olga, David Whitney as Baron Mirko Zeta, Dominca Matthews as Praskowia, and Tom Hamilton as Konrad Pritschitsch in Opera Australia's production of The Merry Widow at the Arts Centre Melbourne.

Photo credit Jeff Busby.

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(Left to Right): Richard Anderson as Alexis Kromow, Tom Hamilton as Konrad Pritschitsch, David Whitney as Baron Mirko Zeta, Bradley Cooper as Raoul de St. Brioche, Alexander Lewis as Danilo Danilowitsch, Christopher Hillier as Dominik Bogdanowitsch, and Luke Gabbedy as Viscount Cascada in Opera Australia's production of The Merry Widow at the Arts Centre Melbourne.

Photo credit Jeff Busby.

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Bradley Cooper as Raoul de St. Brioche and Luke Gabbedy as Viscount Cascada in Opera Australia's production of The Merry Widow at the Arts Centre Melbourne.

Photo credit Jeff Busby.

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Danielle de Niese as Hanna Glawari in Opera Australia's production of The Merry Widow at the Arts Centre Melbourne.

Photo credit Jeff Busby.

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Benjamin Rasheed as Njegus and David Whitney as Baron Mirko Zeta in Opera Australia's production of The Merry Widow at the Arts Centre Melbourne.

Photo credit Jeff Busby.

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