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Stage Fright: For the rest of 2020, it’s curtains for certain at Tucson's concert halls

Tucson Weekly

Margaret Regan

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Arizona Opera, which operates in both Tucson and Phoenix, is "reimagining" the 2020-2021 season, and replacing large-scale live operas with online events as well as "socially distant" outdoor performances. First up in Tucson, on Sunday, Oct. 4, the advanced singers of the opera's competitive Marion Roose Pullin Opera Studio will perform outdoors in a venue to be announced.