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Like the technology Jobs pioneered, the Seattle Opera production is flashy but lacking in soul.
Turns out a conventional approach is best for Verdi’s notoriously implausible ‘Il trovatore.’
A new jazz opera about a troubled genius highlights the lineup.
From its glittering face to the innovative performance possibilities within, the Opera Center was built for allure.
In just five seasons, the company’s third general director ever established intriguing new priorities.
An ambitious, imaginative, double-cast production in which one sings, the other doesn’t.
Seattle Opera’s ‘Porgy and Bess’ is a must-see production that feels engaged with the cultural conversation.
‘O+E’ strips things down for an all-female reimagining of a Greek myth.
The performance of Seattle Opera’s Aida can’t always match its stunning design.
Seattle Opera goes back to Shakespeare and enriches a slender but sparkling composition.
A lust for cheap laughs leaves the master composer’s depths unplumbed.