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Capital Fringe 2014 Review: ‘A Fire in Water’

(Best of the Capital Fringe) Sparse but beautiful, Silver Finch Art Collective’s a fire in water is a modern opera with an ancient theme – the impact of war particularly on loved ones, lost or left behind. It’s symbiotically set against the myth of Achilles and the legendary history of Alexander the Great. Those lost […]

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Capital Fringe Review ‘Fallen Angels’ by Jennifer Perry

Fallen Angels, a trio of miniature operas composed, produced, and musically directed by Michael Oberhauser, shows much promise for future expansion. Under the direction of Nick Vargas, the cast of nine singers (three per opera) excels in presenting short stories of moral ambiguity that are set in the modern age but are adapted from historical […]

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