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  • Belfagor: I’m sure I wasn’t the only parterre contributor present at Anna Caterina Antonacci... 10:56 PM
  • Belfagor: A great cast – the orchestra is a little recessed and not so assured. Even though the sound... 10:46 PM
  • marshiemarkII: Carisssssimo stevey you are AMAZING!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!! wow what encyclopedia you are! OK first... 10:37 PM
  • Krunoslav: Ah, that was the publicity given out, but perhaps then it was the only time IN THE UNITED STATES... 10:37 PM
  • stevey: Cammie, I LOVE puzzles, and you’ve given me a humdinger! I’m going to repeat my list... 10:36 PM
  • LT: Same* 10:32 PM
  • LT: This is from Scala where she alternated between Aida and Amneris in the fame run. 10:22 PM
  • Camille: No, that trainwreck’s name was GHENA. She switched to Amneris, thank g-d. 10:03 PM
  • Camille: Stevey–no. 18 is singing down a half step so that is a B (or H) you are hearing there. I am... 9:52 PM
  • Camille: Oh jeez—I fergot all about Maria Chiara and I saw her on TV somewhere, too. She wS “THER... 9:35 PM

The burning Ghars, or Ghats, or whatever they are

Lots of chatter in the British press about the Rowley rowdydow at the Garden, but what interests La Cieca the most is the pictorial evidence that Laurent Pelly‘s production of Robert le Diable looks exactly like a biscuit box.