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Susan Stroman to direct Renée Fleming and Kelli O'Hara in "The Merry Widow" at the Met

There’s a must-see performance in the works at the Metropolitan Opera, and it will be available for seeing via a Live in HD transmission this season. 1,515 more words

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Bugs Bunny in Nursing: Unorthodox Often Best! Fun Too...

One of the great things about Nursing is the way we can bring our creativity and personality to our practice.

Today, who knows why or how I came up with it, I drew on a childhood favorite: Bugs Bunny. 104 more words

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Thoughts Toward a Paradigm Shift - Part 2

A few short weeks after seeing On Site Opera’s Pygmalion I was on vacation in Italy with my mom and my youngest son. My elder child, in his infinite wisdom and certain envy as he was not slated for this trip (poor soul,) insisted that I secure tickets to the opera while in Repubblica italiana. 1,633 more words

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Barber of Seville

Director: Shamus Culhane
Release Date: October 4, 1944
Rating: ★★★★
Review:

Woody Woodpecker enters a barbershop to get a ‘victory’ haircut.

When the barber appears to be gone away, Woody himself steps in, maltreating a large chief and giving an Italian construction worker ‘the works’, singing the complete aria ‘Largo el factotum’ from Gioacchino Rossini’s ‘The Barber of Seville’. 181 more words

★★★★

Barber of Seville...

Usually I get my haircut from my Ukrainian barber in El Cerrito but today I felt like treating myself to my singing barber. Peter has run his single chair shop for at least thirty years on Bush Street in San Francisco. 205 more words

This Too Will Pass