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Culture, The Exhibitionist SF Opera Breathes Dark and Lusty Life into 200-Year-Old <i>Don Giovanni</i>

SF Opera Breathes Dark and Lusty Life into 200-Year-Old Don Giovanni

Within the past three years, local audiences have had the opportunity to experience productions of Mozart's Don Giovanni on a small scale (SF Parlor Opera), a medium one (SF Lyric Opera), and now large (SF Opera). On one hand, this…
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Calendar, Night&Day Indoor Fireworks

Indoor Fireworks

Pity the poor parlor. The historically stuffy bastion of chintz pillows and antimacassars is as likely to be associated with arcane Victorian card games as it is to not exist at all in contemporary dwellings. Bravo to San Francisco Parlor…
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Fiiiiiigaro!

The Marriage of Figaro is Mozart’s most beloved opera, surpassing even Don Giovanni on the popularity charts these days: By the middle of March, it will have been produced by no less than four Bay Area companies. In San Francisco,…
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Rake's Progress Don Giovanni. Libretto by Lorenzo da Ponte; music by W.A. Mozart. Translated by Donald Pippin. Stage direction by Michael Taylor. Starring Shouvik Mondle, Ethan Smith, Ellyn Peabody, and Maris Vipulis. Presented by the Pocket Opera at Temple Emanu-El,…
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