Daily Archives: October 27, 2018

La Bohème: A Unique View into Young Love

Written By: Nora Guerrero
When one images an opera, one may think of a very large venue with cascading seats above and attendees in their long dresses and fancy suits. However, this was not the case for what I experienced at my first opera. La Bohème, directed by Nathan Gunn and joined by conductor Donald Schleicher, made for a sweet combination of talent reflected in the music and the actors. If you have not been to an opera before, this may be the best to watch to dip your feet in the waters.

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A Night at the Opera

A beautiful stage setting filled with passion and beautiful voices.

Written By: Emily Reeter

This last Thursday I had the opportunity to attend my first opera performance. The crowds were rolling in as the clock approached seven thirty.  Before we knew it, the lights were dimming and the spotlights were shining.

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A Night at the Opera — La Bohème

A musical night of love and tragedy at the Tryon Festival Theater

Written by Bill Xun

Taken by Bill Xun

This week the class went to see La Bohème, an Italian opera written by Giacomo Puccini, at the Tryon Festival Theater at the Krannert Center for the Performing Arts. It was the first time I’ve seen an opera and it was definitely a lot different than the other performances I’ve seen.

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