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Of Course There's A Point To Small-Room Opera! (Says A Pub-Opera Company Director)
Robin Norton-Hale of OperaUpClose: "Theatre critics don't tie themselves in knots trying to find a way to compare a production at the (rightly) well-funded RSC or National Theatre to one at ... the Edinburgh Fringe. Each performance is judged on its own merits. ... Far from being a poorer experience, I would argue that seeing a smaller-scale opera is simply a different one." The Stage (UK) 12.10.13
Posted December 10, 2013 11:54 PM




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