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Subject: Re: Boheme question
From: "Max D. Winter" <[log in to unmask]>
Reply-To:Max D. Winter
Date:Mon, 28 Nov 2016 21:42:30 -0500

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Idia Legray wrote:

"I cannot understand how they can repair a sophisticated Rheingold mechanism but cannot 
make that snow to fall which really makes a stunning and plaintive visual in the 3rd act."

The most "stunning" snow visual I ever saw on stage was during a performance of Boheme in 
Dallas years ago.  Snow was supposed to be falling gently in Act III.  Unfortunately, someone 
in the flies must have overturned a bucket or something, because all of a sudden a huge lump 
of snowflakes came down right on the head of one of the supers at the city gate.  It looked 
like someone had plastered him with a snowball.   


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