Re-Inventing Bernstein; Re-Inventing City Opera

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Christopher Alden's staging of Leonard Bernstein's A Quiet Place suggests that an ingenious production can fundamentally improve an opera -- and also that George Steel's New York City Opera is a company with fresh ideas and the capacity to make them matter.

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