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Manon

Manon
Sacramento Opera
Review excerpt

“Sacramento Opera finds Gallic charm in ‘Manon’

“Sets, designed by Eduardo Sicangco, were sturdy, handsome affairs, full of brick and stone-work and trees that fairly shouted of the period (early 18th-century France). The bare stage used for the final act, with only a series of decreasing rectangles on the horizon, briliantly captured the mood for Manon’s final moments.”

*by Robert A. Masullo
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Posted on Feb 14, 2008 by Registered CommenterEduardo Sicangco | Comments Off

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