Opera: Last Time, Honest

The Globe & Mail
weighed in on Saturday with it’s review of “Norma”. The wonderful, glowing
details can be found here.

To sum it up, I’ll
directly quote Ken Winters:
best of all, the opera itself came off as the singing art Bellini intended it to
be, with a proper Norma radiant at its centre. Don’t miss it.
…. don’t you
just love that last line? …. “Don’t miss it.”
Me happy.
Performances Tuesday, Friday and Sunday this week; Wednesday, Saturday next.
…. And here
I shall end my fixation on Norma.

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7 Responses to Opera: Last Time, Honest

  1. abcyeung says:

    I know how much you love being actor, hope your Performances are huge sucess!!!!

  2. kunhuo42 says:

    hahaha  i know the excitement that goes along with being involved in the theater, so i don’t mind your fixation on norma at all.

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  4. Anonymous says:

    I’ve never even been to an opera before! Maybe I should go at least once, if I don’t like it, at least I can learn to appreciate it.

  5. bennykan says:

    Do you know if there is any chance that they will come to Vancouver?

  6. Anonymous says:

    Thanks for the comments. My coldsores are gone now but i’ll keep that in mind for future outbreaks.Opera sounds interesting. Unfortunately htere isn’t much in Montreal. I’d like to see a performance one thats for sure.

  7. Anonymous says:

    who’s norma? marilyn monroe? ryc: thanks for your kind words by the way.

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