Chicago Opera Theater's 'Carmen' makes Bizet less busy
Those with a passion for the minimalist aesthetic will be enthralled by "La Tragedie de Carmen" -- the pared-to-the-bone, cut-to-the-chase, reassembled, spectacle-free, "sex, death, fate and a loudspeaker" version of the Bizet classic now in a Chicago Opera Theatre production at the Harris Theater for Music and Dance.
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#1 May 4, 2009
I like the Opera.
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