Opera Wroclaw Cancels ‘Faust’ Performances

By Francisco Salazar

The Opera Wroclaw has announced that performances of Gounod’s “Faust” have been canceled on Nov. 19 and 20, 2021.

The company revealed  that due to concerns for the safety of the Artists and Audiences, the Polish theater has been forced to cancel.

“It is not easy for us to provide you with such information. We strongly believed that last year’s scenario would not happen again, but everyday life still presents us with challenges that we all have to cope with. We hope that these will be the only canceled performances,” the company said.

Ticketholders for “Faust” will be refunded automatically. There will also be the option to exchange the tickets for a voucher.

“Faust” was set to star Andrei Danilov in the title role, Eleonore Marguerre as Margueritte, Aleksandra Opała as Siébel, Daniel Mirosław as Méphisto, and Szymon Komasa as Valentin.