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Fine singing, versatile sets elevate Colony’s ‘Susannah’

Soprano Carolyn Hoehle plays the title role in the Seagle Music Colony’s production of “Susannah.” Tenor Clark Weyrauch plays her protective brother.
Soprano Carolyn Hoehle plays the title role in the Seagle Music Colony’s production of “Susannah.” Tenor Clark Weyrauch plays her protective brother.
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SCHROON LAKE — The Seagle Music Colony has never shied away from having its young singers tackle some of the modern repertoire. Now in its 99th year, the Colony must be doing something right as many of its alumni are now singing in many of the world’s most prestigious houses. On Wednesday, Carlisle Floyd’s “Susannah” opened. The opera was written in 1955 during the McCarthy hearings when an accusation was equivalent to a guilty verdict, ...


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