Headshot of La Cieca

Cher Public

  • La Cieca: Anyone who had the slightest association with Stritch or for that matter anyone who observed her... 7:33 PM
  • MontyNostry: What a generous soul you are, phoenix. 7:24 PM
  • phoenix: I am sure what you say is true since only a prima donna would know about these things … 7:16 PM
  • phoenix: Piscitelli (Caterina) & Enea Scala (Gerardo, another last minute substitute) sounded both... 7:11 PM
  • MontyNostry: Just because a prima donna says a role is demanding, it doesn’t mean she can’t sing... 7:01 PM
  • MontyNostry: Yes, Royal’s voice seems to have become rather brittle – I remember it being... 6:52 PM
  • The_Kid: no, i haven’t̷ 0;.thanks for the tip. will look out for it. 6:26 PM
  • armerjacquino: Yep, a proper star is born night for Ms Alder. Watch out for her- she is very, very good.... 5:25 PM
  • armerjacquino: Yep, Meade not Mosuc: http://www.eif.co. uk/2014/williamtel l#.U87QzKh_d74 5:00 PM
  • laddie: Excuse me while I go to live in my own private Idaho. 4:57 PM

All the world loves a crown

Seventeenth century opera remains the true connoisseur’s delight partly because it’s so rarely done. However, the Dell’Arte Opera Ensemble is doing its best to brighten the doldrums of August with a wonderfully involving production of Monteverdi’s final opera L’Incoronazione di Poppea which began a six-performance run Thursday evening at Classic Stage Company’s theater, just off of Manhattan’s Union Square.   Read more »