Sarah Larson, from left, as Hansel, Peter Marsh as the Witch and Anya Matanovic as Gretel, with the witch’s candy house set behind them perform in Seattle Opera’s “Hansel and Gretel.”
Sarah Larson, from left, as Hansel, Peter Marsh as the Witch and Anya Matanovic as Gretel, with the witch’s candy house set behind them perform in Seattle Opera’s “Hansel and Gretel.” Jacob F. Lucas Courtesy
Sarah Larson, from left, as Hansel, Peter Marsh as the Witch and Anya Matanovic as Gretel, with the witch’s candy house set behind them perform in Seattle Opera’s “Hansel and Gretel.” Jacob F. Lucas Courtesy

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