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Houston Grand Opera Will Begin Its Season On Time - But Not At Its Home Theatre

"The Wortham [Theater Center] was more damaged than originally thought and although Managing Director Perryn Leech and Artistic and Music Director Patrick Summers say they don't know where they will land, they know they have to go."
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