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By Ted Cruz
Israel saves its enemies; Hamas endangers its friends
Topic - Michelle Krisel
A lot has been written and said about the phenomenon of people with otherwise clear larynxes who feel the urge to cough once seated in a theater, opera house or concert hall. There clearly has been a downward shift in audience etiquette.
There's opera, and there are musicals, but whatever happened to "never the twain shall meet"? These days they do meet — in the Washington National Opera's forthcoming season and elsewhere — and world-class opera singers are happy to appear in them.
"At the height of the genre is 'West Side Story,' which is really an opera."
'West Side Story,'