Ask not which soprano just canceled her only remaining opera gig for the year; ask whether the blue gown will fit her replacement.
Which opera company has informed a budding composer they are willing to add his new opera to their repertoire for next season… so long as said composer can pony up the estimated $2 million it would cost to present his work?
Which veteran artist delivers doubly sad news this week, canceling an opera that was written for her?
Which Tony and Emmy winner plans to max out his acting resume by appearing at the Met next season, though, oddly enough, not in Traviata?
Congratulations to Isabel Leonard , not only the winner of the 2013 Richard Tucker award, but also the subject of a recent blind item on parterre box!
Which music foundation’s choice of an award winner this year is perhaps neither brave nor new, but certainly a world of difference from the tenors they usually give it to?
Who would be so benighted as to send a unprepared substitute into the lion’s den of the Met?
Which new addition to the Met (a 2010 debut) has just had a return engagement for 2016-17 canceled?
Which singer has turned out to be such a headache that the artistic administration have decided they’d better fly over a replacement?
Which artist who’s no longer in denial about waning abilities is about to withdraw (or be withdrawn) from the next (and probably last) Met project?