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  • armerjacquino: You’re going to have to expand on this ‘robot Henry Higgins’ thing, you... 4:39 AM
  • armerjacquino: Some friends of my mum’s live in NYC and Rowley used to look after their kids. Utterly... 4:38 AM
  • MontyNostry: I think her baby initially had health problems too (now, as I understand it, resolved, thank God... 4:07 AM
  • Feldmarschallin: I just tried it as well since I was at the Parsifal yesterday when they showed it on TV but... 3:51 AM
  • Rudolf: Goodness, and people paid good money to experience THIS in the theatre? In the higher regions Ms.... 3:50 AM
  • forthesakeofargument: I disagree. I would MUCH rather listen to Mr. Brownlee sing than JDF. While they are... 3:21 AM
  • Cicciabella: Yes, it now seems to be available on demand. Hopefully, everyone who missed it can catch up. 3:08 AM
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  • Guestoria Unpopularenka: What does that mean? Discounted tix? And how does one get them? 1:40 AM
  • bluecabochon: My ticket was papered. They paper when Anna sings, too…it depends on how the house is... 1:28 AM

Oh, how we danced on the night we were webbed

Diamonds_are_foreverLots of media news today, so let’s not waste any time! La Cieca congratulates Opera News on the occasion of the mag’s 75th anniversary this month, though your doyenne is willing to swear that the mag doesn’t look a day over 60!  Read more »

Who criticizes the critics?

watching_the-watchmenSee, La Cieca thinks Brian Kellow is asking for trouble when, in the second paragraph of his analysis of last March’s Slatkinshchina, he admits, “I did not attend the March 29 opening-night performance of La Traviata, nor did I listen to it on Sirius Radio.”   Read more »