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Subject: Re: "Lohengrin": What's It Cost & Does it hurt?
From: DAN KESSLER <[log in to unmask]>
Reply-To:DAN KESSLER <[log in to unmask]>
Date:Sat, 21 Mar 1998 19:50:10 -0500
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At 06:33 PM 3/21/98 -0500, Robert T Jones wrote:
>LOHENGRIN:  WHAT DID IT COST?
>
>Several postings have commented, with an undercurrent of outrage, on the
>cost of the Met "Lohengrin."  The cost, it is alleged, is something like
>$4-million.
>
>Well, this indeed is a whopping lot of money.
According to the Met program, the LOHENGRIN is a gift from Gilbert S. Kahn
and John J. Noffo.
I don't know about Mr. Noffo but Gilbert Kahn is the son of the late Janet
Annenberg Hooker or the Philadelphia publishing empire, including TV Guide.
 Thank you very much Mr. Kahn and Mr. Noffo.

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