Reed Johnson

Arts Reporter, Los Angeles Times

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Arts reporter for the Los Angeles Times

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Opera Pacific  performed for decades in Orange County, up until last November.  During intermission on the final night of The Barber of Seville, the musicians were told it was all…

The Arts as Victims of the Economic Recession

Opera Pacific performed for decades in Orange County, up until last November.  During intermission on the final night of The Barber of Seville, the musicians were told it was all…

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