Dobson’s “torturous fury” in ‘Acis and Galatea’

Dobson’s “torturous fury” in ‘Acis and Galatea’

“The villain of the piece, who does not make an entrance until the second act, is the monster Polyphemus, expertly detailed by the baritone Alexander Dobson, who wonderfully captures the cyclops’ unrelenting desire for Galatea and his ultimately torturous fury against his rival Acis…”
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