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  • Her loving grandchildren all call her Nedda - they are Christopher Neyfeldt and wife Sherry of Corsicana, Lori Sloan Allmon Johnson of Dothan, Ala.,


  • Paula's "Nedda" was a sulky slattern, indifferent, lazy, smoldering with passion, -- dangerous.

    Mary Wollaston

  • "Nedda"; though -- or perhaps, because -- she didn't give the part quite its traditional characterization; adapted it with the unscrupulousness of the artist to her own purpose.

    Mary Wollaston

  • Soprano Maryann Mootos, as Nedda, showed vigor and lyricism as needed.

    In performance: Bel Cantanti does one-acters

  • The rest of the Pagliacci cast is excellent as well, including a beautiful and tortured Nedda from Ana Maria Martinez and the always superb Mark Delavan as Tonio.

    No Clowning Around

  • Soprano Maryann Mootos, as Nedda, showed vigor and lyricism as needed.

    A night at the opera, small-scale but satisfying

  • In the last scene of Pagliacci, Canio stabs Nedda who is the one he really loves.

    A Child’s View of Music « You Got to be Kidding's Blog

  • Speaking of Nedda, sung here by Nuccia Focile, she never seemed all that engaged.

    Penalty Box

  • There's Kate Nelligan, delightfully cast against type as the brassy, sexually aggressive waitress, Cora; comedian Jane Morris as the sour wallflower Nedda; Nathan Lane as Frankie's witty gay neighbor and confidant (who gets the best zingers), and Hector Elizondo as the diner's watchful Greek owner.

    Love Over Easy, Hold The Mayo

  • Lola in "Cavalleria" and Nedda in "Pagliacci" -- both objects of desire and catalysts of tragedy -- were floozy-like (chewing gum and smoking cigarettes, their bright-colored clothes set against a monochromatic landscape), and their macho suitors paraded around in wife-beater undershirts.

    A Tango Opera Loses Its Edge


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