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#46 Helene



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Posted 13 May 2004 - 10:31 PM

my only regret is that you didn't see Castillo as Eros and have a chance to see what HE did

I regret the same. Castillo's performances of Eros sound amazing, a high point. I'm afraid that in hoarding vacation days, I was being penny wise and pound foolish, and I missed the Saturday matinee in which he danced :P

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Posted 08 June 2004 - 12:35 PM

I just picked up a copy of the score from Amazon, 6 bucks. I'm really suprised more companies don't present this. the story is very 19th century, very victorian. Mr. M has updated the peice enough to make it a welcome addition to any repetoire.


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