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Topic - David Mcvicar
"There will be blood!" insist the ads for Lyric Opera's production of "Elektra," _ and indeed there is, cascading down the steps of Agamemnon's palace near the end of Richard Strauss' one-act opera.
High-class hokum it may be, but when "Adriana Lecouvreur" is cast with terrific singers and staged with old-fashioned opulence, who cares?