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Maria Callas exposed in ‘Master Class’

MUSIC MASTER —€” Janis Stevens plays Maria Callas in Capital Stage's production of "Master Class." Here, she's working with Callas' student Tony, played by Ian Cullity. The play aboard the Delta King runs through April 10. Photo by Charr Crail
MUSIC MASTER —€” Janis Stevens plays Maria Callas in Capital Stage's production of "Master Class." Here, she's working with Callas' student Tony, played by Ian Cullity. The play aboard the Delta King runs through April 10. Photo by Charr Crail

MUSIC MASTER —€” Janis Stevens plays Maria Callas in Capital Stage's production of "Master Class." Here, she's working with Callas' student Tony, played by Ian Cullity. The play aboard the Delta King runs through April 10. Photo by Charr Crail

Opera diva Maria Callas comes to life in Capital Stage’s production of “Master Class.”

The Terrence McNally play introduces Callas as a larger than life and drop-dead funny teacher. As she leads three aspiring voice students, Callas offers an intimate look into her life — her tumultuous affairs, her ugly duckling start, her fierce hatred of rivals and the unforgiving press.

“Master Class,” aboard the Delta King at 1000 Front St in Sacramento, runs through April 10 with opening night scheduled Friday, March 18. For show times and tickets visit www.capstage.org or call (916) 995-5464.

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