On Saturday night, Supreme Court justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg took the stage with the Washington National Opera to perform a speaking role in Donizetti's 'The Daughter of the Regiment.' Her dialogue, which Ginsburg wrote herself, turned out to be pointed.
Professional cellist and best-selling author Edward Kelsey Moore shares a lesson he's learned from a career in the arts that has included work on some failed productions. 'Being a little, or a lot, delusional isn't the sad result of a long career in the arts,' he writes. 'It's one of the prerequisites.' Read and listen to the complete story, which includes Ginger Rogers and legendary director Joshua Logan.
While political Washington is in a tizzy about the election and what it portends for the Supreme Court, Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg is prepping for her operatic debut in Italian composer Gaetano Donizetti's 'The Daughter of the Regiment.'