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All the Great Operas in 10 Minutes (1992)

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A bored goth girl briefly animates and narrates 8 operas (with no music), catalogs the scandalous actions, and counts the deaths (36). The operas included are La Traviata, Carmen, Don ... See full summary »

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A bored goth girl briefly animates and narrates 8 operas (with no music), catalogs the scandalous actions, and counts the deaths (36). The operas included are La Traviata, Carmen, Don Giovanni, Aida, Tosca, Tristan and Isolde, Madame Butterfly, and The Ring of the Nielbelung. Written by Scott Andrew Hutchins <scottandrewh@comcast.net>

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There are the arts, and then there are the highbrow arts, and then, further up in the rarified atmosphere of the most sacred and sublime, the highest of the highbrow, there is... Opera! See more »


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Ruddy Brilliant...
28 August 2003 | by (london, Canada) – See all my reviews

This was good. This was really good. It had me in stitches by the end of it. But the accounts of the operas followed the real plots in a relatively descriptive way, I may add, despite the obvious truncation.

Very well done. The "goth" host was funny, and her monotonous spark added much to the segment. I watched during an intermission of a mathematical musical called "Fermat's Last Theorem" (this too I recommend), and it just made the whole experience all the much better.

Anyways, if you can get your hands on this, watch this. Tis good.


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