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Associated Press WriterThe Metropolitan Opera has set a record for its box office opening day, selling more than $2.6 million worth of single tickets for the new season. The total, reflecting the sale of more than 24,000 tickets on Sunday, compares to $2.5 million in sales...
Tags: Opera (genre), Ceremonies, Tickets, John Adams, Richard Wagner
Tribune arts critic2½ stars (out of four) The Quebecois theater artist Robert Lepage, whose best stage work casts a visually seductive spell, first presented "La Face Cachee de la Lune" (" Far Side of the Moon") in 2000 as a solo piece. The writer-director showed himself...
TIMES STAFF WRITERFriday October 27, 2000 Denys Arcand's "Stardom" traces the arc of a beautiful small-town Canadian woman from hockey player to world-famous fashion model and beyond. The trouble is that French Canadian Arcand, whose memorable "The Decline of the...
Tribune Chief CriticMILWAUKEE"Work Song," the exhilarating new drama at Milwaukee Repertory Theater, had its origins 11 years ago when rising Chicago playwright Scott McPherson suggested to up-and-coming Chicago director Eric Simonson that they work on a play about the...
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