So, if you’ve seen my videos, you should know that I am a huge fan of the Teen itans, particularly the original animated series. Like many other fans, I was disappointed that there was never a 6th Season of the show, so I eventually decided to write my own. Here it is summed up: The Titans have entered adulthood, and none is more excited about it than Starfire. With crime at an all-time low in Jump City and across the world, she can look forward to a promising modeling career and a happy marriage to her beloved Robin. But all that comes crashing when Starfire learns that her homeworld of Tamaran has been destroyed, and the survivors are left searching for a home. Starfire takes up her royal responsibility as Queen of her people, arranges for a Tamaranean colony to be set up on the moon, and plans to use her marriage to Robin to unite both worlds in peace. While President Steve Trevor leads the world in supporting their new neighbors, others like Lex Luthor are none too happy. Meanwhile, Darkseid has sent his head Red Lantern to Earth in search of the Anti-Life Equation. After uniting the Titans’ remaining rogues under the co-leadership of the mysterious Gamesmaster, it is determined that the source for the dreaded equation is none other than Raven, and thus they seek out the one person crazy enough to get inside her head – Scarecrow. While doing Darkseid’s bidding, the Red Lantern also seeks to destroy everything else Starfire loves. https://www.fanfiction.net/s/12438826/1/Teen-Titans-Season-Six-New-Tamaran https://archiveofourown.org/works/12908295/chapters/29490060 And if you’re feeling NSFW, here are some pornographic side chapters I composed: https://archiveofourown.org/works/13634814 https://archiveofourown.org/works/13683924/chapters/31431636
Jessica Pratt brings one of her greatest calling card roles to Paris’s Théâtre des Champs Élysées, where she is joined by one legendary conductor, one super dashing and charming lyric tenor, one dramatic baritone oozing with testosterone, one basso cantante/profondo known for his richly textured voice, one young light lyric tenor on the verge of international fame, another lyric tenor with an amazingly youthful voice, and a lovely young lyric mezzo. Enjoy the review and let me know your opinions as well. I know I already mentioned this in the video review, but I just want to reiterate, as this serves as a sort of “petition”. To all opera houses, concert halls, and music studious, please, I am begging you, give coloratura sopranos like Jessica Pratt the opportunity to sing this opera in its original key. This happens once in a blue moon and for many an opera fan, listener, and expert this will be something worth remembering.
Le Grand Monsieur Gerald Finley strikes again as the ever-iconic Swiss hero, William Tell, and he is joined by a veritable cavalcade of superstars, young and young at heart, amidst a somber, gloomy, yet controversial production in the hallowed halls of London, England’s Royal Opera House. Enjoy the review and let me know your opinions as well.
Let us see how such an iconic tenore di grazia and a rising, young lyric soprano embody this iconic Shakespearean couple in this production, which is essentially an amalgamation of pop and pomp, with their insurmountable vocal chemistry and magic. Enjoy the review and let me know your opinions as well.
Diana Damrau and Giacomo Meyerbeer. This is indubitably a most celestial combination, especially considering the fact that it has been a magnificent dream Frau Damrau has accomplished ever since she studied his music during her university years. Enjoy the review and let me know your opinions as well.