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Jerry Springer: The Opera - April 2003 The Evening Standard - By Nicholas de Jongh - April 30th, 2003

Jerry Springer set to hit more low (operatic) notes - April 2003 Cape Times - April 28th, 2003

London: Jerry Springer – the TV show – has long been a staple of daytime television. While others tackle such weighty issues as the state of the health system, Springer referees an unending army of guests from some weird American hinterland in programmes titled Pregnant by a Transsexual or I Refuse to Wear Clothes. Now,…

It’s so … operatic - April 2003 The Times - By David Gritten - April 27th, 2003

A cult favorite on British TV, Jerry Springer comes to the National Theatre stage as the subject of an opera. LONDON — There’s a tingle of anticipation in the house tonight. A youngish audience, incited by a warmup man, punches the air rhythmically, chanting “Jerr-ee! Jerr-ee! Jerr-ee!” A trio of muscular security guys in black,…

Jerry Springer: The Opera - April 2003 The Scotsman - By Kate Copstick - April 11th, 2003

Well, dip me in chocolate and throw me to the lesbians, but it seems that not only do dreams come true but nice guys don’t always finish last. On 8 February, 2001, Richard Thomas, alone at a piano, performed the incomplete first half of his brainchild Jerry Springer: the Opera to seven people at London’s…

You’ll Have A Brawl - January 2003 The Sunday Times - By Dan Cairns - January 13th, 2003

Five minutes into a performance of Jerry Springer: The Opera (JS:TO) at the Battersea Arts Centre, in south London, last August, there occurred one of those moments in artistic endeavour when a collective intake of breath is heard from those witnessing it. In part, this was to do with the experimental nature of the evening:…

Jerry Springer: The Opera - December 2002 CBS NEWS - December 10th, 2002

The line of cold, anxious performers stretches around the corner of a theater in London’s famed West End. Making up and warming up, nearly 100 hopefuls are here to try out for a production to be staged next season at Britain’s prestigious National Theater. It’s to be an opera, reports CBS News Correspondent Richard Roth…

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