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  • Lindoro Almaviva: All cattiness aside, I am sure she would have not been willing to commit to a long run of... 3:30 PM
  • messa di voce: I prefer the Juul Haalmeyer dancers” https://www.youtub e.com/watch?v=xCDW -HA2Vtc 3:20 PM
  • chicagoing: No Tony award nominations? 3:20 PM
  • kashania: Losing their shirts and fondling their nipples! 3:06 PM
  • messa di voce: The Met let her borrow her Act 2 Merry Widow costume? 3:04 PM
  • Gualtier M: I disagree about glassy as sound like broken edges of glass. Tebaldi had a voice full of... 2:54 PM
  • zinka: httpv://www.youtub e.com/watch?v=izYz CvytrEA Most of us missed our TRUE career. In the olden... 2:40 PM
  • Milady DeWinter: I hear what you mean, Ivy – (and yes, the performance is tremendously exciting!) but... 2:38 PM
  • Ilka Saro: My great uncle Ollie made his Broadway debut in a bit part in a production of Romeo and Juliet,... 2:13 PM
  • Poison Ivy: Here’s my example of “glassy̶ 1;: httpv://www.youtub e.com/watch?v=wsSL vovPDTc... 2:07 PM

The singing dead

“Somehow with opera, just as with theatre, it turns out that the monster’s head still hasn’t been cut off. Or else, like any monster worthy of the name, it keeps finding ways to rise from the grave.” Occasional friend of the box Joseph Cermatori offers an obituary of sorts for opera in New York in 2011-2012 in PAJ: A Journal of Performance and Art.