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  • messa di voce: Thanks for the beak! 9:16 PM
  • La Cieca: Well, he was drinking the blood of human sacrifices on the Grand Tier all that time, so a little... 9:15 PM
  • Porgy Amor: Maybe I’m just being dense or uninformed here about the way these transitions work, but... 8:47 PM
  • bluecabochon: Messa, I just posts it, I don’t have to prove anything that someone else writes about,... 8:46 PM
  • Indiana Loiterer III: Surprised nobody mentioned Fledermaus or Merry Widow, considering how often we’ve... 8:46 PM
  • La Cieca: Gosh, it’s a good thing that all fourth-hand anonymous gossip issuing from people who... 8:45 PM
  • The_Kid: i am sorry, but this is beyond ridiculous. someone should sue that guy. does Gelb also have his... 8:27 PM
  • messa di voce: Please give an example of a new production with “more expensive and detailed... 8:26 PM
  • bluecabochon: Here’s a beak. :> Why not? It could have been home office bookcases. I’m sure... 8:25 PM
  • The_Kid: Ooh yes I forgot all about ‘The Silent Woman’… ;.now I want to do a list: Aida:... 8:24 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]