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  • overstimmelated: (Meant to add:) …although I would be the first to admit that “that aspect of... 1:22 PM
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  • mercadante: While I understand what you mean by Regie-lite etc. but that seems to imply that some directors... 12:55 PM
  • Ilka Saro: Yes, a combo of Ms Chase of Broadway, with a nod to Mr. Piave. ;) 12:54 PM
  • guy pacifica: Worth noting in the overview of upcoming Boston opera performances is the Boston Symphony... 12:36 PM
  • Ilka Saro: Sounds like the famous Horne repartie from inside her cavernous egg costume in her La Scala debut... 12:35 PM
  • atomicwings: How else is the asp going to bite her? 12:31 PM

Tales of the planet Htrae

“If Maria Callas remains the prototype of the stormy operatic diva, then Renée Fleming is the anti-Callas. It’s difficult, for example, to imagine ‘La Divina’ delivering the Top 10 List for David Letterman—complete with references to Miley Cyrus’s fondness for twerking—as Fleming did this past September.” [Michigan Avenue]

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