‘Amelia’: Seattle Opera embraces challenge on a grand scale

By Marc Ramirez [Seattle Times, 10 May 2010]
The set, loosely visualized in a basketball-gym-sized rehearsal space, evokes a 1980s-era North Vietnamese village. Onstage, through an interpreter, a man and wife tell a young American woman — the title character of Seattle Opera’s production of “Amelia” — what happened to her father years earlier.