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Opera Saratoga takes ‘chamber approach’ to performance

Costume designer Alan Michael Smith takes measurements for the size of a vail for Jamie-Rose Guarrine during costume fitting at the Spa Little Theater.
Photographer: Marc Schultz
Costume designer Alan Michael Smith takes measurements for the size of a vail for Jamie-Rose Guarrine during costume fitting at the Spa Little Theater.
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Patrons of Opera Saratoga will notice some changes from past years when the company opens its season Sunday with Gilbert & Sullivan’s “H.M.S. Pinafore.” “The season is earlier with more performances and only two operas. And the directing and design team are different,” said Curt Tucker, artistic director. “It is a clear attempt to take a fresh look as to how we use the theater and deliver our performances.” Besides “Pinafore,” which the company performed ...


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