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Ausrine Stundyte as Cio-Cio-San, Elizabeth Janes as Butterfly’s child and Sarah Larsen as Suzuki in Seattle Opera's production of Puccini's Madama Butterfly. Photo by Elise Bakketun.
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January 10, 1976
Michigan Opera Theatre
The trysts and tribulations of first love take unexpected turns in this adaptation of the classic Henry James story.
Catherine Sloper (s)
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Lavinia Davenport (mz)
Elizabeth Harrington (mz)
Marian Harrington (s)
Morris Townsend (bar)
Arthur Townsend (t, or bar)
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Variety, Robert Jacobson, 10-27-1976; The Detroit Sun, Robert Yanal10-8-1976; Berkshire Eagle, Irwin Shainman; Detroit Free Press, John Guinn, 10-3-1976; The Detroit Monitor, Robert Delaney, 10-6-1976; ObserverEccentric, Patricia Beach Smith, 10-7-1976; Medical Center News, Andrew Mack, 10-6-1976; The South End, Clarence E. Persinger, 10-11-1976; Daily News, Bill Zakariasen, 1-1-1978; Daily News, Bill Zakariasen, 10-15-1977; The Sunday Record, Peter Wynne, 10-16-1977; The New York Times, Allen Hughes, 10-15-1977; Opera News, Robert Jacobson, 1- 7-1978; Newsweek, Hubert Saal, 11-7-1977; Augusta Herald, John G. Schaeffer, 3-3-1979; The Augusta Chronicle, Sharon H. Polansky, 3-3-1979; Opera News, John Scheider, June 1979
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