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HEY THERE, SAILOR

There are no words to mince with Billy Budd

Theater & Stage Reviews The Santa Fe Opera's gleaming new production of Billy Budd justifies Britten’s arduous, hugely rewarding effort on nearly every level. First, there’s Teddy Tahu Rhodes, whose performance in the titl...

Wednesday, July 16, 2008 John Stege

STARLIGHT

Big names for a big festival

Theater & Stage Reviews It became mighty clear in my annual pre-festival chat-up with artistic director Marc Neikrug that surprise and contrast play a major role in the way he’s planned many of this season’s Santa Fe Chamb...

Wednesday, July 16, 2008 John Stege

FANTASTIC FIGARO

The opera different comes to the City Different.

Theater & Stage Reviews Call it some kind of iridescence if you like, the odd phenomenon that Gerard Manley Hopkins called a “shining from shook foil.” Mozart’s greatest operas have it in spades. You’ll never h...

Tuesday, July 15, 2008 John Stege

REASONS AND BLACKBERRIES

The Verdi Adaption falls short

Theater & Stage Reviews Improve on Shakespeare? Heresy! You gotta be kidding! Well, maybe not quite. Passages of non-Shakespearean doggerel regularly get chopped from stagings of Macbeth. It’s a rare production of Haml

Wednesday, July 2, 2008 John Stege

FAREWELL DEEP VALLEY

Theater & Stage Reviews One of Richard Gaddes’ major projects since assuming the directorship of the Santa Fe Opera in 2000 has been to transform the worn-out image of opera as an exclusive play-pretty for the monied s

Wednesday, July 2, 2008 John Stege
 
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