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“When the film opened at the Grand Circus Theater in Detroit, it broke the record for opening-night box office receipts.”
“The superbly played opening-night concert by Orpheus, the renowned conductorless chamber orchestra, demonstrated that low admission prices alone will not fill a hall.”
“Nothing depicts the borough's backbone with more personality and urgency than "Battle for Brooklyn," the opening-night selection.”
“One must hope that the torrential downpours were to blame for the hundreds of empty seats at the National Symphony Orchestra's opening-night performance of Olivier Messiaen's sprawling, sybaritic masterpiece of 1948, the "Turangalila-Symphonie.”
“But before you garb yourself in neon finned tights, perhaps first try these sparkling mementos for a dose of opening-night glamour.”
“Rodgers came out on top in a memorable opening-night duel with Drew Brees, and the Packers made a goal-line stand on the final play of the game to beat the Saints 42-34 on Thursday night.”
“Tribeca, with its high-low mix of star-studded premieres last year's opening-night film was "Shrek Forever After" and muckraking documentaries, Hong Kong action movies and earnest indie dramas, is much more difficult to characterize.”
“First up is Live From Lincoln Center (8 ET/PT, times may vary) with the New York Philharmonic opening-night gala concert, followed by a Great Performances (10 ET/PT, times may vary) trip to Vienna for an open-air concert from the Vienna Philharmonic.”
“Even though he was soon due in Nashville to begin an intense, two-week production in 98-degree swelter, the Ditmas Park-based writer-director made it a priority to attend the opening-night party for the BAMcinemaFest, the annual survey of the best in mostly new American independent film.”
“Lysistrata" and the fall's other new musical, "Bonnie and Clyde," received their closing notices on the heels of their opening-night reviews—which were not entirely kind.”
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