Cher Public

  • armerjacquino: I think, as ever, it depends on the director. In that Salzburg BOHEME she was genuinely remarkable as an actor- maybe the... 6:52 PM
  • Signor Bruschino: I completely agree- dreadful conducting. And when he was conducting South Pacific, during the dialogue scenes, he would... 6:34 PM
  • RosinaLeckermaul: Yes, rewriting classics was typical in the Restoration. Shakespeare was considered a genius, but one who needed editing... 6:07 PM
  • la vociaccia: I thought Sperling’s conducting in THE KING AND I was dreadful; rushed, shallow and completely without sweep or... 5:44 PM
  • JohninSeattle: So, they *added* to a universally known and beloved work? I know that Romeo and Juliet (and even King Lear) were routinely... 5:33 PM
  • phoenix: kash, sorry about the mistaken identity – Baba was talking about Anna but I found his description suited Angela (and Anna)... 5:01 PM
  • mandryka: I noticed that KJ has a gig coming up at the Cafe Carlyle , usually a fairly sophisticated venue. It was the home of Bobby Short... 4:51 PM
  • Lady Abbado: Just noticed…on this day 11 years ago Angie was in great form singing for Queen Beatrix’ Silver Jubilee:... 4:38 PM

I could go on gavotting

It’s taken more than a month for La Cieca to return to the Regie to the Rescue competition thanks in part to the generous wordage of the cher public. But, as the above Garlandesque image implies, it’s Rysanekfreak who takes the prize for a pop-cultural extravaganza overlaid on modest little Mignon.  Our next Regie Rescue follows the jump.   Read more »