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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

Done Giovanni

“An eagerly awaited production of Mozart’s masterpiece Don Giovanni —staged by Tony winner Michael Grandage (Red)—limped into the Met Thursday dead on arrival.”  [New York Post]