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  • La Cieca: There is also I think an important distinction to be made between what is told on stage vs. what is shown. It is only natural... 11:48 PM
  • Camille: Oh of course it is and thank you, Sanford! I have got the 11th on my mind as an important date because of the Caramoor... 11:40 PM
  • Sanford: Next Friday is July 10th, not the 11th. 11:27 PM
  • vilbastarda: Luvtennis, exactly my feelings. I feel very strongly about this, and powerless in the same time. “Ma voix se... 10:53 PM
  • vilbastarda: Hippolyte, at Caramoor did you attend Philip Gossett’s pre-show lecture? His jaw-dropping erudition, and contagious... 10:47 PM
  • Camille: The phantom disappeared but wait— Here he is again: httpv://youtube.co m/watch?v=sCYhLLbA Kx4 10:46 PM
  • Camille: Here is Pastiche High Heaven— httpv://youtube/sC YhLLbAKx4 10:40 PM
  • Camille: The 1943 version of The Phantom of the Opera, starring Claude Rains, Nelson Eddy, and the unfortunate Susanna Foster, will be... 10:18 PM

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La Rondine, which began as a light Viennese operetta before being transformed into an Italian tearjerker, is not a natural diva vehicle, with its wispy emotions and clunky plot…. Yet despite the work’s slightness, Ms. Opolais seemed to live within it, growing in stature as the evening went on and radiating the kind of aura—one that demands that you watch her, and sympathize with her—that defines a star.” Once again, Zachary Woolfe nails it.