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“Get Out There – and Come Back a Star!”

by Suzanne Calvin

  Frankly, she was already an internationally acclaimed star but, nevertheless, there is a marvelous Busby Berkeley “42nd Street” quality to the now-legendary Metropolitan Opera debut of soprano Latonia Moore, who stepped into the title role of Aida without a single onstage rehearsal — and for an international radio broadcast. Get all that and more in Gregory […]

More Critics Getting Cosi

by Suzanne Calvin

The rave reviews for the Dallas Opera’s Spring Season opener: Mozart’s “Cosi fan tutte” continue to roll in.  Gregory Isaacs, reviewing for the “Theater Jones” blog, found our production to be Cowardly — in the best sort of fashion.  Actually, he stated:  “The production is an original take on a masterpiece, and works from beginning to end. […]