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  • Camille: La Cieca, et al.—Achtung! And speaking of Hiawatha, Stanley Appelbaum, in his remarks fronting the... 2:09 PM
  • Quanto Painy Fakor: When you have time, please go to this link for a discussion of some of the problems with... 1:51 PM
  • Camille: Oh perhaps the version, which I conjecture would be the best way to see it, with the two ballets... 1:47 PM
  • Krunoslav: ” I heard the subsequent series with your favourite Pop-Tart, and those were much better.... 1:47 PM
  • Camille: How very interesting and lucky you are to own such a score, far more easily obtained there,... 1:43 PM
  • antikitschychick: Oh so he was interviewed in his jail cell by the Times? Interesting. Well as you yourself... 1:05 PM
  • Jungfer Marianne Leitmetzerin: Cami, I actually own the 1921 edition of the piano/vocal score published by... 1:01 PM
  • pirelli: There is no R in “Chuchman.&# 8221; (Though I would not be surprised if she’s battled... 12:57 PM
  • Camille: Miss Churchman is so talented, able, pretty, young, and stagewise AND can sing well with a lovely... 12:36 PM
  • Camille: What a godsend! Buckets of mercy!!! 12:33 PM

ENO is enough

The repertory for the 2012-2013 season of the English National Opera (also known as “Peter Gelb‘s shopping list”) boasts the premiere of a new opera by Philip Glass, The Perfect American, which imagines the last days of Walt Disney. It’s a co-production with Madrid’s Teatro Real and stars bass Christopher Purves as the legendary filmmaker. The company’s program also features nine new productions, including stagings by Peter Konwitschny, Calixto Bieito, David McVicar and Richard Jones. [the arts desk]