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The Telephone Winter Term Opera

February 5, 2015
Communications Staff
Actors on stage. One is talking on a phone.
Photo credit: Yevhen Gulenko

This winter term, Oberlin Opera Theater presented two modern operas at the ’Sco: Strawberry Fields and The Telephone. In Gian Carlo Menotti’s The Telephone (seen here), a man tries to propose to his girlfriend before he leaves on a trip. His girlfriend, however, is too occupied with interminable telephone conversations to notice.

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