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The news that the San Francisco Opera's summer season would mark the U. S. debut of the Catalan stage director Calixto Bieito inspired a vague blend of eagerness and apprehension.
The production of Bizet's "Carmen" that opened over the weekend at the War Memorial Opera House in a pair of performances with alternating casts, is in fact a bland and dismayingly inert concoction at its core.
There are several crotch clinches and a quickly simulated act of oral sex that even under cover of a parked car was enough to drive a pair of opening-night patrons from the house.
 Bieito, to his credit, doesn't shy away from the violence inherent in this work - not only the sexual struggles among the opera's gypsies, workers, smugglers and soldiers, but the political violence implicit in a military presence, which he underscores by placing the action in late 20th century Ceuta, one of the two autonomous Spanish cities in Northern Africa.
Bieito and revival director Joan Anton Rechi wrangle crowds deftly - the excitement of the audience for bullfight in Act 4 is palpable, and Ian Robertson's Opera Chorus and the uncredited children's chorus sang superbly - but interactions between individual characters often feel wan and uninflected.
The most concentrated dramatic charge during the opening weekend came not from the stage but from the orchestra pit, where conductor Carlo Montanaro made a company debut of fire and steel.
If Ellie Dehn's eloquent and tonally voluptuous Micaëla Friday night got at least one vote for the weekend's most impressive vocal contribution - her rendition of the heartfelt Act 3 aria was a small miracle of expressive majesty - Saturday's richly colored company debut by soprano Erika Grimaldi was not far behind.
Tenor Brian Jagde, who sang Don José on opening night and will continue in the role through the entire remainder of the run, brought hazy tone and a tentative dramatic presence to the role, although his singing snapped into focus during the final act.
 there were formidable contributions from the Adler Fellows - Edward Nelson (Moralès) and Brad Walker (Zuniga) as José's fellow military men, and soprano Amina Edris as Frasquita - as well as from Renée Rapier, Alex Boyer and Daniel Cilli (an entertainingly twitchy bundle of nerves) as the rest of the smuggler gang.
X-Men: Apocalypse was the clear victor at this weekend's box office, debuting with an estimated $65 million.
According to Variety, Fox's mutant centric flick is expected to rake in over $76 million by the end of the four-day weekend, failing to reach the $110.5 million figure that X-Men: Days of Future Past pulled in during its Memorial Day weekend debut in 2014.
Meanwhile, Alice Through the Looking Glass performed well below expectations, placing second with a mere $28.1 million.
The Beauty and the Beast hype is very real. On Monday, the first teaser trailer for the live-action remake starring Emma Watson was viewed a record-breaking 91.8 million times, which just goes to show how much Disney's animated classic has stuck with fans over the years.
I recently got a chance to speak with Alice Through the Looking Glass screenwriter Linda Woolverton, who also wrote the original 1991 Beauty and the Beast movie.
343 Industries will release its Halo 5: Gaurdians Hog Wild REQ items on Tuesday, May 31.
Though much of the larger items slated for Hog Wild were pushed to the Warzone Firefight launch in late June, the developer has a whole slew of new REQs to share this week. 343 Industries dropped its Memories of Reach update earlier in May, making this week's update the second of the month.
As expected, Hog Wild's new REQs update Halo 5's classic Warthog.
Giant sharks? Pirates? A family of former Navy SEALS turned mercenary monster hunters? In Mega, Jake Bible, author of the well loved Zburbia series, takes to the high seas!
Bible packs action, and comedy, into yet another genre taken to the extreme. A whole family of monster fighting, former Navy SEALS take on Somali Pirates, super whales, the CIA and a giant shark.