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Subject: Re: "Tell" comments
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Date:Wed, 19 Oct 2016 16:24:20 -0400
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On Wed, October 19, 2016 3:32 pm, David Kubiak wrote:
> Interesting that apart from one comment on Hymel's C's, I have not read a
> single word about the singing in this production.  If not here, where?  I
> think people only feed into Gelb's noxious design ideas by fixating on
> them.

I thought I saw a few more. The singing is fantastic. Go, go, go,
do-not-miss kind of good. The chorus, Hymel and Zifchak especially, and
Finley shines even in a less showy role. The huge cheers for the singers
weren't difficult to hear at all.


--scott

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