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After all, the eight-ball is laden with symbolism, given its inherent neutrality in the battle of solids and stripes, as well as its association with both good and bad, depending on whether it leads to someone’s victory or defeat on the billiards table.

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As Shampanier shared with me, the larger allegory is that “like balls on a pool table, the lives of strangers collide and change course.Selections from some of these performances can be watched in our Video Room.Date : May 1, 1980 Location : Teatro Juárez - Guanajuato, Mexico - Cervantes International Festival (New York City Opera on tour) Artists : Pablo Elvira, Henry Price, Justino Diaz Conductor - Imre Pallo Date : October 27, 1980 Location : New York City Opera Artists : Carol Burnett, Leontyne Price, Sherrill Milnes, Renata Scotto, Eileen Farrell, Placido Domingo, Donald Gramm, Dinah Shore, John Alexander, Cynthia Gregory, Mary Martin, Ethel Merman, Dominic Cossa, Alan Titus, Gianna Rolandi, Richard Fredricks, Kitty Carlisle, James Billings Conductor - Julius Rudel Sills, age eight, appears as a precocious child who performs for Uncle Sol to judge where she should study singing.It basically features two friends arguing about religion.The project was intentionally constrained to 3 pages, 2 characters, and 1 location. Having nothing to do with billiards, the movie is about a man having a personal crisis who seeks solitude in a park, when a passing stranger named 8-Ball takes an unwelcome interest in him. Apparently, no one thought to question the inanity of the title.

As Shampanier shared with me, the larger allegory is that “like balls on a pool table, the lives of strangers collide and change course.

Selections from some of these performances can be watched in our Video Room.

Date : May 1, 1980 Location : Teatro Juárez - Guanajuato, Mexico - Cervantes International Festival (New York City Opera on tour) Artists : Pablo Elvira, Henry Price, Justino Diaz Conductor - Imre Pallo Date : October 27, 1980 Location : New York City Opera Artists : Carol Burnett, Leontyne Price, Sherrill Milnes, Renata Scotto, Eileen Farrell, Placido Domingo, Donald Gramm, Dinah Shore, John Alexander, Cynthia Gregory, Mary Martin, Ethel Merman, Dominic Cossa, Alan Titus, Gianna Rolandi, Richard Fredricks, Kitty Carlisle, James Billings Conductor - Julius Rudel Sills, age eight, appears as a precocious child who performs for Uncle Sol to judge where she should study singing.

It basically features two friends arguing about religion.

The project was intentionally constrained to 3 pages, 2 characters, and 1 location. Having nothing to do with billiards, the movie is about a man having a personal crisis who seeks solitude in a park, when a passing stranger named 8-Ball takes an unwelcome interest in him. Apparently, no one thought to question the inanity of the title.

Sill sings Arditi's "Il bacio." (an excerpt of the Arditi is on the commercial DVD "Beverly Sills: Made in America") Sills sings (with full costuming and sets) "Una voce poco fa" (Barber of Seville), "Willow Song" (Ballad of Baby Doe), "Da tempeste" (Giulio Cesare), "Vivi, ingrato" (Roberto Devereux), "Gavotte" (Manon) and the Mad Scene (Lucia).