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Ossian meets Anne of Green Gables

Rossini’s La Donna del Lago is based on the Walter Scott poem, itself a deliberately romantic view of Scottish history, simplified until not much is left but the rivalry for the heroine’s hand by her three suitors and a completely unexplained war between the king of Scotland and the Clan Alpine.   702 more words

DVD Review

Another take on The Rape of Lucretia

The Toronto Summer Music Festival continued last night with a one off performance of Britten’s The Rape of Lucretia at The Winter Gardens, the upstairs part of the Elgin Theatre that I had never before been in.   870 more words

Performance Review - Miscellaneous

The Five-Singing Children, Ladies of Theatre, Hulk Hogan and More!

Anthony R. Miller Checks in with whatever’s on his mind.

Hey you guys, so once again, I completely fail to have one “Big Idea” to discuss, but luckily, I still have a few things to talk about, luckily, there are five. 995 more words


Setting the council tax - a question of beans or cornflakes?

Local authority finances are known to be a complex thing. There’s money drawn from us, the tax payers, there’s government cash then there’s all the pulls on that money from many different layers of local administration from parish to police. 327 more words

Council Matters

Drink! Drink! Drink!

Oddly enough, what Toronto Operetta Theatre does best is operetta and the production of Romberg’s The Student Prince that opened yesterday afternoon is a pretty good example of why.   562 more words

Performance Review - Miscellaneous

Magic Shift et Burn for me d'Ilona Andrews

Magic shift


Kate Daniels commence sa nouvelle vie de femme “rangée”, avec Curran son futur mari et Julie sa fille adoptive. Fini la Meute et les problèmes politiques qui vont avec. 1,221 more words

Littérature SF/fantasy