Hippodrome, opera good fit
By Tim Smith
[Baltimore] Sun Music Critic
January 28, 2005
The elegantly regilded Hippodrome Theatre could be mistaken for an old-world opera house. On Wednesday night, for three hours at least, that’s exactly what it was.
Teatro Lirico D’Europa — administratively based in Hunt Valley — presented a fully staged production of Don Giovanni that offered sufficient entertainment value and demonstrated the theater’s flexibility.
The entertainment usually booked at this renovated vaudeville and movie house is amplified, so it was fascinating to hear the natural acoustics there. And since there has been talk of the Baltimore Opera Company temporarily using the space at some point, if renovations are made at the Lyric, the performance provided a valuable test run.
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