Speaking of “Amadeus”, a memorable profanation

The most renowned work of fiction based on Mozart and his family is undoubtedly that written by Sir Peter Shaffer, initially for the theatre (1978) and later for the screen (1984): Amadeus. The figure of Nannerl, the Maestro’s sister, is absent: not only is she not among the characters on scene (which include Mozart’s wife … Continue reading Speaking of “Amadeus”, a memorable profanation