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16.7.12

'Fallen Angels' on the Fringe

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Charles T. Downey, Michael Oberhauser’s ‘Fallen Angels’
Washington Post, July 16, 2012

The Capital Fringe Festival’s few performances of new and recent operas, staged light and fast by small guerrilla companies, have become a regular summer pleasure. Much of what one hears will probably go nowhere, but the opportunity for local composers to get their work in front of an audience, no matter how small, is welcome. Michael Oberhauser, whose one-act chamber opera “Magnum Opus” in 2009 was one of the better Fringe operas, returns this year with the one-hour trilogy “Fallen Angels.”
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SEE ALSO:
Robert Battey, ‘The Outcasts of Poker Flat’ at the Capital Fringe Festival (Washington Post, July 16)
D.C. Theater Scene
D.C. Metro Theater Arts

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