There is a little girl from the opra over there who dances beautifully.
Her first appearance on the stage was in Paris, 1690, at the opra.
He cared little for the stage, yet to gratify Maida he engaged boxes for the season at the Franais and at the opra.
I remember the night we heard "Bohme" from the gallery of the opra Comique.
You made her acquaintance at the opra ball, at Mi-Carme, did you not?
He imagined this girl poised on the noble stairway of the opra there.
I was forever working at the rle of Zerlina or, rather, playing at it, for the old "opra comique" was never really work to me.
But you do not intend to have come to the opra ball for nothing.
The following winter was entirely devoted to the rehearsals of Thas at the opra.
That is why she wanted to converse with you at the opra ball,—Ha!