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Cher Public

  • steveac10: This isn’t even their only joint gig next season. They also have a Manon run in Dallas next... 10:10 PM
  • Poison Ivy: If everyone in the opera world refused to work with someone they had previously been intimate... 9:34 PM
  • armerjacquino: Some people stay pals with their exes. They certainly seem to have decided to fulfill this... 9:07 PM
  • armerjacquino: 5hrs 21 mins, 2011. As an overweight 37 year old. Never again. 9:05 PM
  • mountmccabe: Yeah, that sounds amazing. 8:09 PM
  • lyrebird: Brilliant report. The dream thing with the genius that is Herheim is insistently apt. It is all a... 7:19 PM
  • opera_newbie: i’m sure that’s it, and i know that logistically things shake out like this and... 6:46 PM
  • Jungfer Marianne Leitmetzerin: Is this the (real) beginning of the end of Domingo? He just cancelled the... 6:25 PM
  • PCally: I was pleasantly surprised by the Nedda as well. Vocally the role also suited her quite well.... 5:26 PM
  • steveac10: Also, Racette tackles Minnie. The C’s might be a trial – but she’ll probably act... 5:22 PM

Schrödinger’s cat fancy

“So is opera as vibrant as ever, or is it hanging on by a thread? How to write the history of an art form that hovers, Schrödinger’s catlike, simultaneously alive and dead?” As we awaken from our holiday nap, what better reading to curl up with than a review by Zachary Woolfe (not pictured) of the new study A History of Opera?