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  • Susannah Teases Themes of Groupthink

    Opera Review
      It's an opera that alludes to considerably more than witch hunts; it explores rich characters with high hopes and a social climate informed by more than spiritual insecurities.
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  • Boise Gets Pagliaccio-ed
  • Boise Gets Pagliaccio-ed

    Opera Review
      Where the production had almost superhuman focus and composure in the face of challenging subject material, the audience did not.
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  • Winterreise Project Modernizes Schubert Classic in Time for Spring
  • Winterreise Project Modernizes Schubert Classic in Time for Spring

    Sunday, Feb. 3
      Creators Jason Detwiler, a baritone with experience in a wide array of operas, and Lauren Edson, a dancer and choreographer formerly with Trey McIntyre Project, have added new elements to what is typically a two-person production comprised of pianist and singer. With The Winterreise Project, the pair incorporate dance and video to create a new interpretation.
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  • Opera Idaho Presents the Ballad of Baby Doe
  • Opera Idaho Presents the Ballad of Baby Doe

    Friday, April 13 and Sunday, April 15

      When we think opera, Colorado isn't exactly what comes to mind. But that may change when Opera Idaho presents Douglas Moore's acclaimed The Ballad of Baby Doe, the Western-themed opera set in Leadville, Colo., during the late 19th century. You can catch this tale of love, big politics and quickly dwindling fortunes made all the more prescient by our own Western locale Friday, April 13, and Sunday, April 15, at the Egyptian Theatre.

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