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Cher Public

  • danpatter: I loved Italo Tajo’s singing. I only got to see him a few times, as Don Pasquale in... 12:03 AM
  • PCally: She’s actually very good in the tcherniakov Carmelites, dramatically as well, and I liked her... 8:12 PM
  • manou: …another “s” ablation. 8:10 PM
  • Betsy_Ann_Bobolink: I know it needs to be corrected, but for the life of me I can’t remember whether I... 8:08 PM
  • Betsy_Ann_Bobolink: I’ve been sort of interested in Lucas Meacham ever ince he surfaced on a... 8:07 PM
  • m. croche: Heaven knows my “s” needs ablating. 8:01 PM
  • armerjacquino: PCally- I agree. I saw Isokoski as Countess Madeleine and some extraordinarily good singing... 7:53 PM
  • manou: …or an “s” ablation? 7:27 PM
  • m. croche: An Auline conversion? 7:03 PM
  • Rosemont: Thank you laddie for the kind welcome. My positive reaction to Meachem is probably partly due to an... 7:01 PM

The other gospel of the other Mary, Mary

San Francisco Opera’s marketing leaves La Cieca at least momentarily speechless, so she’ll have to rely on you, cher public, to take up the slack with discussion of off-topic and general interest subjects.

Chest the ticket

“Nathan Gunn Replaces Deborah Voigt” [TheaterJones] (Photo: Ken Howard)

Irony defined, or something

“Suddenly this quaint Depression-era protest song… delivered in a tone of controlled anger became like a devastating critique of today’s winner-take-all economic climate. Mr. Gunn made you feel the outrage of veterans who fought not only in World War I but in Iraq and Afghanistan, returning from overseas to cold shoulders and empty food pantries.” [New York Times]

NATHAN GUNN WITH JULIE GUNN, MUSICAL DIRECTOR…. Fri. & Sat.: General seating, $85 per person; VIP seating, $135 per person; Bar seating, $50 per person. [Cafe Carlyle]