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Review: Toad Knew (Compagnie Hanneton) Paperblog Pick in Theatre & Opera

Review: The Toad Knew (Compagnie Du Hanneton)

As baffling as it is beautiful Review by Catey Sullivan For the opening of The Yard - Chicago Shakespeare's magnificently flexible new space on Navy Pier - the theater has... Read more

There Water Under Ground Paperblog Pick in Theatre & Opera

There is Water Under Ground

The importance of Remaining in Light. by Paul J. Pelkonen The Benin-born singer Angelique Kidjo performed Remain in Lightby the Talking Heads at Lincoln Center on Wednesday night. Read more

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    L’Orchestre symphonique de Montréal revient au Carnegie Hall. by Paul J. Pelkonen Conductor Kent Nagano poses n a street in vieux Montréal. Photo from Harrison... Read more

    10 hours, 55 minutes ago by   Superconductor
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  • Opera Review: This...is...Jeopardy!

    Opera Review: This...is...Jeopardy!

    The Metropolitan Opera revives Turandot. by Paul J. Pelkonen James Morris (center) celebrated 1,000 performances at the Metropolitan Opera on Tuesday. Read more

    The 18 October 2017 by   Superconductor
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  • Opera Review: The Exes Mark the Spot

    Opera Review: Exes Mark Spot

    Vittorio Grigolo procrastinates through Les Contes d'Hoffmann. by Paul J. Pelkonen Left behind: Stella (Anna Hartig, center) leaves Hoffmann (Vittorio Grigolo,... Read more

    The 16 October 2017 by   Superconductor
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  • ‘Mefistofele’ — ‘Ecco Il Mondo’: The Devil’s in the Details of Boito’s Opera, Ac...

    ‘Mefistofele’ ‘Ecco Mondo’: Devil’s Details Boito’s Opera, (Part Five)

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    The 15 October 2017 by   Josmar16
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  • Concert Review: Earth-Shattering Kabooms

    Concert Review: Earth-Shattering Kabooms

    Paavo Järvi conducts the New York Philharmonic. by Paul J. Pelkonen Conductor Paavo Järvii led the New York Philharmonic this week.Photo © Harrison Parrott. Read more

    The 14 October 2017 by   Superconductor
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  • Concert Review: Where Science Has Lease

    Concert Review: Where Science Lease

    The Orchestra of St. Luke's opens its season at Carnegie Hall. by Paul J. Pelkonen Pablo Heras-Casado. Photo from the conductor's official website. All... Read more

    The 13 October 2017 by   Superconductor
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  • Review: Punk (The New Colony)

    Review: Punk (The Colony)

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    The 13 October 2017 by   Chicagotheaterbeat
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  • Concert Review: The Bleeding Hearts and Artists

    Concert Review: Bleeding Hearts Artists

    The American Symphony Orchestra stands up for what's right. by Paul J. Pelkonen Leonard Bernstein and Aaron Copland back in the day.Photo from the estate of... Read more

    The 12 October 2017 by   Superconductor
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  • Dmitri Hvorostovsky is Not Dead

    Dmitri Hvorostovsky Dead

    Russian baritone "sleeping peacefully" at home. by Paul J. Pelkonen Dmitri Hvorostovsky in his most recent appearance at the Met.Photo by Ken Howard © 2017 The... Read more

    The 11 October 2017 by   Superconductor
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  • Opera Review: Flowers in the Attic

    Opera Review: Flowers Attic

    Singing defeats spectacle in the Met's latest La bohème. by Paul J. Pelkonen Angel Blue and Dmytro Popov share a tender moment in Act III of La bohème.Photo by... Read more

    The 10 October 2017 by   Superconductor
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