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Review: ‘La Traviata’ thrives despite modern touches

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The Hubbard Hall Opera Theater’s Thursday night debut at Proctors’ GE Theatre of Verdi’s “La Traviata” was unlike any production of the opera the large crowd had ever seen. Rather than stick with the script, director Heidi Lauren Duke opted to use the 50-foot high-definition screen that’s a backdrop for the raised stage to project images both real and illusory as the opera unfolded. This mixing of times between the present and the 19th century ...


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