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Eugene Onegin: His Callousness Leads Him to Regret
It is silent on this Saturday night in the Queen Elizabeth Theatre in Vancouver. People shift around on their chairs, waiting eagerly for the show to begin. Finally the lights go out, the audience...
Nov 26th, 2008