Live free or dieLive Free or Die: The Dallas Opera's Carmen Seduces to the End

Margaine's voice was certainly part of the appeal -- consistently powerful and capable of big sound, she maintained a warmth of tone in both high and low ranges.
She also made you believe what she was singing. Carmen can come off as flighty; she falls in and out of love over the course of an aria. But rather than playing her as simply manipulative or capricious, Margaine sold Carmen's side of the story.
She did want that guy, until she didn't. She was disillusioned, misunderstood. Ultimately, she just wanted the freedom to love and to leave, to be certain and then change her mind.
And it is her free spirit, not her sensuality that is the draw.

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