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Sharon Mayfield
Sharon Mayfield

Beast Tamer - Opening | English Sub



Rein is a beast tamer who was expelled from the hero Arios' party who consider him too weak because he only has the ability to form contract with animals. While looking for work, Rein rescues Kanade, a member of the cat tribe who becomes his companion. By forming a contract with a member from one of the strongest races, Rein obtains some of her powers, becoming much stronger. The two then begin their journey together, with Rein befriending and taming other girls from different races who become powerful companions while obtaining new abilities with each new contract formed, his group eventually becoming far more powerful than Arios and his party. Overcome with anger and frustration, Arios begins loathing Rein, neglecting his duties as a hero and focusing on revenge against him and his friends instead.




Beast Tamer - Opening | English Sub



The star of the ''red unit'' is again Gunther Gebel-Williams, the touted animal tamer, and he has his family along. At one point he puts horses through their paces in Ring 2 while wife Sigrid and daughter Tina do the same in Rings 1 and 3. Also on hand is 12-year-old son Mark Oliver Gebel, whose trained goats could use a little more training. Gunther himself opens the show's second half with his tiger extravaganza, and follows it up later with a pair of elephant acts - standard circus material, but elegantly performed, and marked by what seems to be a real affection between the trainer and his beasts.


Many directors prefer simply to forget that much of Lulu has this comic streak; like Frank Wedekind's plays, the opera is supposed to present a comedie humaine in which a mass of interlocking characters display behaviours and psychologies which all boil down to the same basic desire to possess and subdue the one person who resists them. In Berg's version, the comic aspect is less prominent but no less important. Pountney's production takes its cue from the opening prologue, in which an animal tamer invites the audience to meet the inhabitants of his menagerie, giving Berg the opportunity to draw musical and thematic links between each animal and its human counterpart in the opera proper. 041b061a72


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