Hi all. Thanks so much for your patience. WordPress meltdown is now resolved and all #operaplots should be on one of the following pages:

A-C | D-Die Zauberflöte | Don-Fz | G-L | La | Lb-Qz | R-Tg | The | Thf-Z | Orphans

Sometimes things get lost in transit or are miscategorized, which can make them difficult to find. An easy way to do this is to search for an unique word in your plot using the search box on the right sidebar.

Try something like piazza instead of love for best results. This first search will narrow down which page it is on. A second search of the page using the search in your browser should take you to the right spot.

If something is miscategorized, misspelled or missing something, please leave the correct version in the comments along with your Twitter name and where it should go.

If something is missing completely, it would be helpful if you could either email the list of what missing or go the right place in the alphabet and leave a comment with the entry information. I need your Twitter handle and the plot.

Tomorrow afternoon Miss Mussel is exiting her house and going to the opera, so responding to/approving comments and moving orphans will be slow. Rest assured it will get done. Hopefully sometime Sunday.

Thanks again for your patience,

Miss M

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  1. pschleuse

    Correct spelling for opera titles (with some corrections to diacritics, but not all):

    Akhnaten, not Aknaten
    Bluebeard’s Castle, not Bluebeard
    Boris Godunov, not Boris Gudonov
    Curlew River, not Curlew
    Die Frau ohne Schatten, not Die Frauen Ohne Schatten
    Die Gezeichneten, not Die Gezeichtneten
    Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg, not Die Meistersingers
    Die Tote Stadt, not Die Tot Stadt
    Die Zauberflöte, not Die Zauberflöte
    Neither, not Feldman
    The Ghosts of Versailles, not Ghosts of Versailles
    Götterdämmerung, not Gotterdammerung
    Hansel und Gretel, not Hansel and Gretel
    I Masnadieri, not I Masnadiere
    Il Trovatore, not Il Travatore
    L’heure espagnol, not L’Heure d’Espagnol
    La Gioconda, not La Giaconda
    Lady Macbeth of the Mtsensk District, not Lady MacBeth of Mtensk
    Arianna, not Lamento d’Arianna
    Les Troyens, not Les Troyennes
    Lucia di Lammermoor, not Lucia di Lamermoor
    Madama Butterfly, not Madame Butterfly
    Orfeo ed Euridice, not Orfeo e Euridice
    Orphée aux enfers, not Orpheo d’Enfers
    Platée, not Palatée
    Hugh the Drover, not Ralph the Drover
    Roméo et Juliette, not Romeo and Juliette
    Samson et Delila, not Samson e Delila
    Sweeney Todd, not Sweeny Todd
    Tannhäuser, not Tannhauser
    The Legend of the Invisible City of Kitezh and the Maiden Fevronia, not The Invisible… or The Maiden…
    The Makropulos Case, not The Makropolus Case
    Un ballo in maschera, not Un Ballo Maschera

  2. Margot Helm


    @mlaffs: Jack of all trades seeks employment with noble family. Skills: Barber, master of disguise, climbing and light housework. #operaplot

    = Barber of Seville

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