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“H.M.S. Pinafore” Ushers in the End of Summer with Nautical Hijinks, Victorian Humor and Beautiful Voices

Iroquois Amphitheater presents Gilbert & Sullivan’s H.M.S. Pinafore Review by Rachel White Entire contents are copyright © 2012 Rachel White. All rights reserved. Robert McFarland & John Youngblood in H.M.S. Pi...
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Opera, Romance and Last Chances explored in Little Colonel’s production of “The Last Romance”

The Last Romance By Joe DiPietro Directed by Bill Baker Reviewed by Rachel White Entire contents are copyright © 2012, Rachel White. All rights reserved. Actor and playwright Joe DiPietro. The Last Romance opened at Little Col...
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Sweeping and Romantic “Widow” Proves Opera Is Not Just for Buffs!

The Merry Widow By Franz Lehár  Libretto by Victor Léon and Leo Stein based on Henri Meilhac’s L’attaché d’ambassade Directed by Michael Cavanaugh A review by Keith Waits Entire contents are copyright © 2012 Keith Wa...
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Kentucky Opera and UofL Combine to Present Double Bill of Fresh One Acts

Cesar Mendez-Silvagnoli, Danielle Messina & Marco Cammarota in The King’s Man. Photo – Jan Abbot Photography.   The King’s Man / Danse Russe Composed by Paul Moravec Written by Terry Teachout Directed by Dav...
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Kentucky Opera Opens a New Season with “La Boheme”

Patrick O’Halloran as Rodolpho and Corinne Winters as Mimi in La Boheme. Photo by Patrick Pfister. La Boheme By Giacomo PucciniDirected by David Roth Conducted by Joseph Mechavich Reviewed by Annette Skaggs Entire cont...
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