We've all seen her many times, her eyes sadly scanning the strip for her peers as she sips coffee or a martini at Segafredo on Lincoln Road. That young woman with the bangin' body and the face of an angel, hanging on the arm of some dude you're hoping isn't her grandfather, seeing as his crepe pa ... More >>
FGO has reeled in some big ones.
See what happens when the divas get to Duelling.
Three weeks ago, I spoke on the phone with the two women who will be starring in Florida Grand Opera’s upcoming production of Tosca, Giacomo Puccini’s great opera about a brave, doomed painter, a jealous, doomed singer, and a very-mean (and very-doomed) police chief. One of these interviews was ... More >>
Florida Grand Opera's lead diva gears up for Puccini's masterwork.
Mozart reigns at the Carnival Center, while Ramirez rules at Mad Cat.
Samson et Dalila soars at the Carnival Center
Florida Grand Opera's new La Sonnambula is an instant classic
This production of the classic ain't so hot, though the joint rocks
Florida Grand Opera unveils a sparkling Aïda
FGO brings the season to a sizzling close with Carmen
Puccini's spaghetti western opens the Florida Grand Opera fall season
W.H. Auden and Benjamin Britten had big fun with a very big legend
This gorgeous new look at an old masterpiece still ends in death
Buccaneers battle it out in Yiddish
New twists to some classic musical numbers
The Open Road
Prison librarian Rolando Valdes and his band of libretto-loving inmates stage an opera
July 30 - August 5, 1998
Why South Florida public broadcasters spewed Domingo, Pavarotti, and Carreras out the proverbial wazoo