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Auber’s 1831 “Le Philtre” (“The Love Potion”) is an engaging romp that helped give birth to Donizetti’s “L’elisir d’amore.” Immensely popular in his own day, why isn’t it revived more often?
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Anti-LGBTQ legislation is pending in a number of states, designed to ban or censor drag performances. Elizabeth Howard talks with the iconic performer Jasmine Rice LeBeija about the challenges facing drag performers.
Flux Gourmet occasionally reminded me of the films of Peter Greenaway, who often juxtaposed the grotesque or disturbing with the beautiful and ethereal.
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