[That’s a White Shirt. No sh*t, Sherlock. – Tuva Semmingsen as Rosmira in Handel’s “Partenope”, Copenhagen 2009]
A queen mad to marry, and a handful of crazy suitors: all the plot opera seria really needs. In theCopenhagen Partenope (available on DVD) Inger-Dam Jensen channels a slightly older AU Emma Swan, and there’s both Andreas Scholl and Christophe Dumaux after her
(think of them as Robin and Daniel, respectively), and there’s Tuva Semmingsen’s Rosmira (and why is there no AU yet with a genderdisguised REgina wooing away a FTL Princess Emma?) who does not only know how to handle a ‘stache and bowtie, but who would also make a poster child for the White Shirt recruiting branch:
Could I please have this one as a wall poster?