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  • Feldmarschallin: Aida is a joke right? Second act with triumpfal scene over the chorus and double blech? I... 7:01 AM
  • armerjacquino: PS- it’s a 1992 release of a 1968 performance. 6:29 AM
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Secret Squirrel

squirrel_thumbLa Cieca is happy to note that Our Own Squirrel will be on-site at Symphony Space this afternoon with live breaking coverage of the triumphs and/or scandales associated with the prima of Carmen from La Scala, as seen on HD. Coverage starts here at parterre.com at 11:45 AM.

1 comment

  • rommie says:

    will la scala translate it to italian? lol. coz theyre translation House of the dead to Dalla Casa di Morte.

    is it just me or is Carmen a little anti-climactic for a prima at la scala?