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Suck it, Wagner

Permalink 02/08/09 at 08:11:15 am, by Ed, 140 words   English (US)
Categories: General

I have recently come to the conclusion that it isn't me: It's the Opera. The difference between Opera and a good play is that you don't have to set a good play to music for it to be enjoyable.

When you go see a play, you are expected to follow, understand, and enjoy the plot. With opera, they take the really bad plays that would never be produced, and make them sing the whole thing instead. You are, in fact, expected not to do any of those things with the plot in opera.

You want proof? They do it in another language so you can't follow the plot! Sure, they may provide interpretations, but that's only to distract you just enough, split your attention just enough, so that you don't realize you've just paid for pure suck instead of entertainment.

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