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Neil McGowan
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« Reply #15 on: November 09, 2011, 10:23:00 pm »

I didn't think that they would still stage operas with plot like in Not only love.   

I think it was mainly staged for Schedrin's 70th Birthday celebrations Smiley

His opera LOLITA gets staged even in W European countries - but I suppose the plot-material makes it easier to sell than NOT ONLY LOVE? 

(I think the Russian cast - who were from Perm' Opera - were better performers than above, especially the amazing Lolita of Tatiana Kuinji - yes, she's the painter's granddaughter, and she is about 4'7" tall, and can jump and turn cartwheels, and sing Schedrin's music too! Oh, and she's a qualified psychologist too.)
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