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  • kashania: Mrs JC has been busy on a new play! http://www.nytimes .com/2014/08/02/th eater/albert-in... 10:52 AM
  • Milady DeWinter: Porgy, I agree that Cossotto was very versatile and a pretty accomplished bel canto stylist... 10:17 AM
  • Feldmarschallin: Well Camille I am glad you are well and just busy with your own affairs. Have had a busy... 10:09 AM
  • Clita del Toro: Consider: why does a “seriousR 21; artist like “Val” bother with silly... 9:56 AM
  • Camille: Gnädige Feldy Camille is very preoccupied this summer and the forthcoming fall season with her own... 9:29 AM
  • Rowna: Sutherland seemed to have had at least 3 vocal careers. While I was in college (the mid to late 60s) I... 9:10 AM
  • ML: Dresden – zu teuer Tosca – genug, genug, aber es ist mit Fisch als Montanaro besser 8:53 AM
  • Feldmarschallin: Thielemann am 4.9? Staatskapelle Dresden im Gateig. Und vor der SF noch Tosca. Ich hoffe... 8:30 AM
  • ML: I’m glad the season is over with. Now a whole month of nothing :-) until Die schweigsame Frau. 7:58 AM
  • Feldmarschallin: Yes I miss Mrs Claggart as well and she hasn’t posted in a long time here or on her... 7:19 AM

Lepage turner

“Near the end of Robert Lepage‘s production of Wagner’s Die Walküre, which opened at the Metropolitan Opera on Friday, there is a moment of arresting visual beauty. The raked stage slowly rises and, with the help of projections, turns into a looming, stark, snow-covered mountain. It’s a breathtaking transformation, one that encapsulates everything that’s wrong with Mr. Lepage’s work.”

The first deep reading of the Lepage Ring is by Zachary Woolfe, naturally.