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By ANTHONY TOMMASINI [NY Times, 19 April 2006]
It stands to reason that a high-concept new production at the Metropolitan Opera might take time to settle in and refine itself. The best example in recent years is Robert Wilson's staging of Wagner's "Lohengrin."
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