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5 of the Best Anti-Heroes in Opera

5 of the Best Anti-Heroes in Opera

The anti-hero is one of the most popular archetypes in film and television today. As with most tropes, opera was doing the anti-hero for hundreds of years before the camera was even invented. Whether it’s because they have good intentions and bad means, or they have...

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The 5 Best Opening Numbers in Musical Theater

The 5 Best Opening Numbers in Musical Theater

You only get one chance to make a first impression, and when it comes to musicals, you only get one song to introduce the characters, story, theme, and tone of the rest of the musical. Somehow, the talented composers and writers behind these musical openers...

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5 Memorable Male Duets

5 Memorable Male Duets

Two is almost always better than one! While most show stopping numbers that come to mind are the work of a single powerhouse performer, our favorite songs feature two singers working together. Duets feature rich harmonies and contrast that only two skilled singers can...

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5 of Opera’s Greatest Villains

5 of Opera’s Greatest Villains

Sometimes it’s just more fun to root for the villain of a show. As long as Operas have been written there has always been a strong antagonist that fuels the drama of the piece. In fact, there have been so many dastardly villains in opera it’s hard to...

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5 Contemporary Female Opera Singers You Should Know

5 Contemporary Female Opera Singers You Should Know

While we have heard always heard of opera singers like Pavarotti repeatedly, we thought it would be fun to look at some of the newer vocal talents that have been wowing opera audiences in recent years. Out of countless female opera stars that currently grace the...

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5 Fairy Tale Musicals

5 Fairy Tale Musicals

Every culture and generation have its stories that entertain but also teach important lessons. Fairy tales stand out because of how popular many of them remain today. These fairy tales have been rewritten and adapted into countless mediums, but our favorite, of...

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5 Great Musical Theater Songs About Summer

5 Great Musical Theater Songs About Summer

Having trouble enjoying your summer? Get into that fun summer mood with the some of the best songs musical theater has to offer. These songs from musicals and operas will remind you that summers are brief and meant to be enjoyed. See if you can make it through the...

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5 Key Backstage Jobs In Musical Theater

5 Key Backstage Jobs In Musical Theater

Most people think of theater and actors and actresses come to mind, but in reality, there is a whole other side of theater that only those involved with the nitty-gritty of production ever see. While their skills are different than the performers you see on stage,...

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4 Child Opera Prodigies.

4 Child Opera Prodigies.

While some people go through their entire lives not knowing what they were meant to do on this Earth, others get that insight at an astoundingly early age. Child prodigies appear in many areas of expertise like science, math, history, and the arts. Of course, we are...

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5 Classic Books Adapted Into Modern Operas

5 Classic Books Adapted Into Modern Operas

Remember your summer reading assignments during summer vacation? For young book lovers they are easy homework, and for some adults, summer is still the time to find some spare time and enjoy a book out on the porch or on a trip to the beach. If you’re discovering a...

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