Carrie “C.J.” Greer, as Mimi in “La Boheme,” said she listened to various singers, translated the text and started an online Italian language course to help her better understand the vocabulary, pronunciation, grammatical structure and lilt of the speech.
Carrie “C.J.” Greer, as Mimi in “La Boheme,” said she listened to various singers, translated the text and started an online Italian language course to help her better understand the vocabulary, pronunciation, grammatical structure and lilt of the speech. Photo provided
Carrie “C.J.” Greer, as Mimi in “La Boheme,” said she listened to various singers, translated the text and started an online Italian language course to help her better understand the vocabulary, pronunciation, grammatical structure and lilt of the speech. Photo provided

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