Monthly Archives: October 2010

OPERA HAMILTON: THE MARRIAGE OF FIGARO

Opera Hamilton’s subtly realized and thoroughly entertaining production of Mozart’s The Marriage of Figaro satisfies in so many ways. Right at the outset, the overture is conducted by the much-travelled Gordon Gerrard for a lightness of energy and buoyancy of … Continue reading

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THREE PLAYS FOR STRATFORD IN AUTUMN

AS YOU LIKE IT (to October 31) Things hang loose in Des McAnuff’s magically conceived Arden where absolutely anything goes. The combo of five swings as they would in a jazz boite, folks pop in and out of song, implied … Continue reading

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