The Twelve White Shirts of Christmas (1)

[Patricia Petibon (Aspasia), Myrtò Papatanasiu (Sifare), in Mozart’s “Mitridate”, Paris/TCE 2016.]

On the first Day of Christmas, the White Shirts sent to me:

One pining Prince of Ponto.

No, it won’t be twelve screenshots of this production (which is not to say I wouldn’t be able to come up with another dozen caps, which I think to have already proven earlier this year).

To pay tribute to the festive spirit, for the twelve Nights of Christmas, there will be daily White Shirts (and friends) on Eye Bags. Whatever holidays you observe: may they be merry!

10 thoughts on “The Twelve White Shirts of Christmas (1)”

    1. Especially for you, this was #1 (okay, and for me, too 😉 ).

      #6 carries some extra regards for towanda, and there is a wink to Agathe at #9…

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  1. returning to say how nice this shot really is… everyday i scroll down your various photos and ponder at the bottom. the length of the jacket, the angle of the jacket, the curve on the neck, the pull from the button, the waves in the opening, the concern on the face…

    i really ponder if i’d discover her if not for this particular outfit.. i think the singing alone would definitely draw me in.. but in this shirt.. it’s nearly 1 year.

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    1. Do keep talking, please.

      (nearly one year! Do we need to hold an event? ALl-you-can-post screencaps session? A longe evening of THE nightcap? …?)

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