This was the most horrible thing I've ever witnessed. I felt like I was on candid camera and was expecting someone to stop and say "just kidding, here is your $80 back" during every moment of this horrificly torturous show. Although I'm sure all involved are talented people, this was not a showcase of their talents. The orchestra just makes weird sounds for an hour and 45 minutes while every now and again shadowed words appear on a screen " cold", "very cold", "snow", "very cold".. I imagine someone ate 20 hits of acid then came up with this "great" idea for an opera. The opera singers say "oh" and "ah" every blue moon and that was about the extent of that. We watched numerous people walk out and debated on walking out ourselves. I am appauled that Spoletto would even allow this extended torture. It turned me into a horrible person, longing for the little girl to die so I could get the hell out of there. Instead of going to see this, take $80 and just light it on fire. It will be more entertaining and less painful to watch.
Isn't that a drawbridge? What a horrible location to get on. I think anything is better than nothing, but I hope this video plan hasn't been finalized and there are better plans in the works.
I don't care for Ravenel, but this is a horrible attempt at a smear campaign. All this article really says is he yelled at his girlfriend, fell accidentally in a pool while holding his child, tried to shut a door but couldn't because some sabotage hungry woman was there video taping him and he told her to leave while being naked in his house. Assault? You guys have cheapened yourselves to enquierer type gutter trash.
Whatever you do, don't do actual journalism and find out who the companies are and where they are actually from, just blame Ohio.
LMAO, I don't watch the show, but your recaps are stellar!
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