Friday, February 1st, 2013
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Watch This Awesome Yet Limp Walt Disney Opera By Philip Glass


"The opera is a score in search of a story. Dantine has gone from narrator to bit player; the tension between him and Disney, Old World and New, has vanished without being replaced by another drama. The book’s most striking set pieces — Disney’s dialogue with an animatronic Abraham Lincoln; the unexpected arrival of a frightening girl in an owl mask — retain their mysterious power onstage but don’t connect to their surroundings."

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#56 (#56)

¡The castanets in the segunda parte!

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