"Name of #opera" delighted audiences on "Insert Day of Week" night. "Name of Singer" returns to the "Name of Opera Company" stage after enchanting audiences last season with "insert pronoun" tour de force performance of "Insert Name of Role" in "Insert Name of Opera". The weather on "Insert Day of Week" was "Insert Condition" but that didn't stop fans from pouring into the theatre to experience this year's anticipated arrival of "Insert Name of Opera or Singer".
"Copy and Paste Description of Opera Here from Wikipedia"
The overture was strongly lead by "Insert Name of Baton Waving Guy" who struggled a bit in the "insert name of act or scene to prove you actually went and were paying attention" but the maestro rallied in the finale and proved that a live orchestra was present. "Name of Character in Opera" sung by "Name of Baritone" presented a lively portrayal and strong voice to the villainous "Name of Role". The tenor "Name of Singer" sang the whole show without stopping or complaining. The role of "Insert Name of Character" sung by "Insert Name of Mezzo that you keep forgetting and have to look up" was hysterical and kept me up the whole time. The lovely "Name of Soprano" sung the role of "Name of Role". She seemed to be having an off night. Her voice was thin and forced. The singing became labored at times and at one point I had to put on noise canceling headphones. Her costume did not show off her figure very well and maybe she should have insisted on foregoing the nude scene.
The sets designed by "Insert Designer Name Here" was visually stunning and I totally understood what everything represented...even the dead dear with a beer helmut. Such a timely statement. Nobody directed the show.
Performances of "Insert Opera Title Here" will run through "Insert Date that has already passed here". Tickets are available at "Insert Link To Website that Doesn't Work Here".