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Ring Productions from Post War to Present Day
October 22, 2011 - 8:00 am
“Finishing the Ring; From the “New Bayreuth Style” to Today—-a Visual Exploration”.
The Wagner Society is absolutely delighted to welcome Professor William Eddelman back to continue his talk about the world of art and design as it is reflected in Ring productions. When we last left off in November, Eddelman discussed productions through the first World War. Eddelman is busy with the production of an exhibit which will open at the San Francisco Museum of Performance and Design right now, but we will soon have a more complete description of the topics he will cover. Expect another sensational program filled with background on the cultural climate and the resulting designs and many projected images. Eddelman was a great favorite of those who attended his last lecture, you will not want to miss this opportunity to hear him again.
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