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  • bronzino: We are SO glad you enjoyed the GREAT stage business and the sub-par singing yesterday!! How BORING and UNINFORMED is that in an... 11:23 AM
  • Cicciabella: This was one for the HD, I think. As opposed to Roberto D, which was very exciting to listen to over the airwaves. For full... 11:21 AM
  • PCally: Armer is right, your comments are boring as all hell and not informed in the slightest since you didn’t actually attend the... 11:14 AM
  • bronzino: INSISTING on primacy standards in opera in no way makes one boring or hard of thinking, just demanding. We have attended more... 11:03 AM
  • armerjacquino: Opera is made up of many different elements. People who insist on the primacy of one over another are boring as hell.... 10:46 AM
  • bronzino: We NEVAH overlook ‘so-so singing’! And have you listened to what you are saying: the ‘production& #8217; and... 10:43 AM
  • armerjacquino: The phrase ‘logical conclusion’ just filed for defamation of character. 10:43 AM
  • PCally: Fabulous, let’s continue to deal in hypotheticals to prove a flimsy non-existent point. And while we are at it, let’s... 10:41 AM

Frequent flier

Leave it to those Torontonians to blow the lid off an opera story happening in New York! (Goodness knows the local journalists don’t bother.) Did you know that Des McAnuff has been jetting between New York and the west coast,  simultaneously directing Faust and Jesus Christ Superstar respectively? Or that future Met seasons will include a Robert Lepage production of The Tempest and McAnuff’s Falstaff? We really do need to get those deucedly clever Canadians cracking on that Citigroup settlement story! [Toronto.com]