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Cher Public

  • La Cieca: Yes, you are right – I was working from memory. Volpe replaced the tired, traditional Carmen... 2:01 AM
  • steveac10: Well, that and he quit borrowing shows for his star tenors’ vanity projects. The thing this... 1:50 AM
  • La Cieca: Nobody in the orchestra is grossing $145K. “The average full-time orchestra member earned... 1:43 AM
  • CwbyLA: @imhere, if the labor costs have always been 66% of the budget, pre-Gelb and during the Gelb regime,... 1:38 AM
  • Krunoslav: “Sly: Another borrowed show.” Yeah, and someone cut the Family Stone. Great nostalgic... 1:12 AM
  • Krunoslav: Maybe in 2001 Tomlinson was, like, distracted by the Second Flower Maiden’s really AWESOME... 12:44 AM
  • DonCarloFanatic: “the tap on the shoulder” I haven’t heard that expression in years. Maybe... 12:33 AM
  • La Cieca: Other cost saving measures are not directly relevant to the current negotiations, which are... 11:53 PM
  • Satisfied: Rumored for awhile now….apparen tly she’ll perform Elsa first in Dresden with... 11:42 PM
  • Henry Holland: Here’s an example of why I think the house is too damn big. I went to a Parsifal at the... 11:40 PM

Fire and music

“In her first role in a play, Ms. Fleming will make her debut at the [Williamstown Theater Festival] in Living on Love, a new comedy from the Tony-winning writer Joe DiPietro (Memphis), adapted from the Garson Kanin play Peccadillo. Ms. Fleming will play an opera diva at odds with her husband over the people they’ve hired to ghostwrite their autobiographies. The show, directed by Kathleen Marshall, is to run July 16 through 26.” [New York Times]