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Opera

Big themes, big performances boost 'Our American Cousin'

By David Perkins
Globe Correspondent / June 23, 2008

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NORTHAMPTON - It is rare to encounter an opera premiere outside the big cities or big festivals but Amherst composer Eric Sawyer and Berkeley poet John Shoptaw have done the almost-impossible. They raised $100,000 (from foundations and generous individuals), enlisted the talent (some of it from Opera Boston), and produced their new opera, "Our American Cousin," on Friday at the ... (Full article: 623 words)

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