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Is it worth it?: The MET’s Opera “The Death of Klinghoffer”

Approximately one year from now will be the 30th year since Leon Klinghoffer was killed in a terrorist attack.   Klinghoffer was a victim of the 1985 Achille Lauro cruise ship hijacking, which was the subject matter of one the New York Metropolitan Opera’s more recent productions, “The Death of Klinghoffer.” The opera was based on

RENT: From La Boheme to Bohemian Cliché

RENT. This well-known musical today has become the most famous example of bohemia in the modern world. Countless people have followed this musical for years and people today, of all ages, continue to live in the world of Rent. I, personally, have found myself to be one of these fanatics who have become obsessed with