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Cher Public

  • pasavant: Were there any Muslims in the audience? If so, were they in “drag?” ; 7:45 AM
  • Ilka Saro: Thanks for this review! I wonder now that the so-vigorously-camp aigned-against opening has... 7:25 AM
  • Cicciabella: Perspective is always necessary, tiger1 However, Western Europe should set its own gold standard... 6:31 AM
  • armerjacquino: ‘Europe̵ 7;. That homogenous entity. 5:37 AM
  • tiger1: Dear Cicciabella, A few comments: While I do not think Europe is as tolerant and open as it should... 5:35 AM
  • Cicciabella: The opera house was within its rights to ask the woman to unveil. French and Belgian law forbids... 4:52 AM
  • Cicciabella: A big thank you to everyone who reported on Klinghoffer and reviewed the performance. This... 4:37 AM
  • Walther von Holzhaufen: Ivy, I just read your blog on Klinghoffer. I found your review and reflections to be... 4:33 AM
  • Often admonished: more http://leplus.nouv elobs.com/contribu tion/1251812-une-f emme-voilee-exp... 4:15 AM
  • Often admonished: Some kind of Intolerance Index considering all forms of censorship, artistic and aesthetic... 4:12 AM

A pair of kings

Opera Teen (pictured) approves of this summer’s program at the Glimmerglass Festival.

All Sills final

You can tell a lot about someone from their garage sale. You can tell what’s important to them. You can tell where they’ve been and who they are., what their priorities are and the kind of people they associate with: all sorts of things.

I learned a lot about the New York City Opera from their online auction a few weeks ago.   Read more »

Transparency

Opera Teen (pictured, second from left) is not kidding us: he had an interview with Peter Gelb, here seen sporting a futuristic yellow helmet.

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Smells like teen critic

Friend of the box Opera Teen (pictured, right) reacts to Saturday night’s performance of Otello.

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