July 2, 2012
Monday Geology Picture: A Geologist at the Opera
Posted by Evelyn Mervine
Several months ago, my husband and I went to the opera. Specifically, we went to see a South African production of “The Phantom of the Opera” at the Artscape Opera House in our home city of Cape Town. I had never visited the Opera House before, and I was impressed with the beautiful building. In this week’s geology picture, I am enthusiastically pointing out some travertine building stone in the Opera House. The opera was excellent– very enjoyable, particularly since I’d never seen a live production of “The Phantom of the Opera” before. I had the opera music stuck in my head for weeks!
geologists always have fun wherever they go….rocks are everywhere
Nice photo of you and the travertine stone Evelyn.
We are eagerly awaiting the SA production of Phantom of The Opera when it visits Manila in August and September this year with your very talented Jonathan Roxmouth as Phantom…
Some of us are flying in from Australia and the USA to see him!
j was not keen to see the play in BALTIMORE LAST YEAR….. ONCE THERE I LOVED IT. COULD NOT GET MUSIC OUT OF MY HEAD EITHER.