Thursday, March 3, 2016

Manon Lescaut

Roberto Alagna and Kristine Opolais
One of the best things about my life is that I can wake up and think of where I will be going next, with regards to the theatre or the opera.

There is something new every week or two -- wondrous to me.

Puccini's Manon Lescaut is being presented on Saturday.

Rather than say too much here, it an all be read in the New York Times Review by Anthony Tommasini.  I do better at the opera when I have read the plot synopsis, have listened to some of the famous melodies, and read what the reviewers have to say.

Just love it!  Makes me feel as though I have done the opera twice.


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