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November 15, 2010

By Andrew Druckenbrod / Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

«One highlight was the flute playing in the mad scene, although it was hard to concentrate on anything but Ms. Claycomb. Lucia may be oppressed, but Ms. Claycomb dominated.»