Category: #operaplot

#OperaPlot Press Clippings

It’s a tribute to the weird and wonderful world of the Internet that #operaplot is becoming anything at all, so in an effort to map the trail, here’s where the contest has been mentioned so far. If you know of…

#Operaplot Rules and FAQ

[Hello Parterre visitors. The updated rules for 2010 and everything else you need to know are here. Thanks for stopping by and good luck in the competition!] The rules to this game are fairly simple. 1) Summarize an opera in…

#operaplot Partners

The following is a list of opera houses that are #operaplot partners. There’s also an #operaplot map that shows which cities are participating in each country. Update 27/04/09: The competition has started and is now closed to taking on further…

Twitter Opera Plot Contest Winners

Our judge for this contest is none other than Frere Mussel, our intrepid European correspondent beaming his thoughts from Koln. For Miss Mussel, the most unexpected thing about the results is the sheer number of operas mentioned. At last count…

Twitter Opera Plot Results

Our European correspondent is still mulling over submissions with results expected sometime tonight. In the meantime here are all the entries from Twitter and the blog arranged by alphabetically by opera for your enjoyment. There are also a few orphans…

Summarize An Opera In 140 Characters Or Less

It’s time for another contest folks!. It started on Twitter but it seems only fair (and way more fun) to launch the contest here as well. UPDATE: A $20 Arkiv voucher is now on the table as a prize for…