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Julia Bullock

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About Julia
Julia Bullock is a journalist based in Munich, Germany.

Antony and Cleopatra

04 Apr 2024  |  sfopera.com
The article appears to be a synopsis of a theatrical adaptation of the story of Antony and Cleopatra, focusing on the final scenes of the play. It describes the aftermath of the Battle of Actium, where Cleopatra's retreat leads to Antony's defeat. Antony feels emasculated by his love for Cleopatra and contemplates his humiliation before Caesar. Caesar, in Rome, asserts his dominance and marks the transition from the Republic to the Roman Empire. Cleopatra, in a desperate attempt to regain Antony's affection, feigns her suicide, which tragically leads to Antony's actual suicide. In the final scene, Cleopatra, having been captured by Caesar's forces, chooses death by asp over humiliation in Rome. The article captures the tragic end of both Antony and Cleopatra, as well as the political implications of their downfall.

Soprano Julia Bullock on the pandemic, performers, and progressiveness

31 Jan 2022  |  euronews.com
Julia Bullock, an American classical singer and a founding core member of the American Modern Opera Company (AMOC), shares her reflections on the year 2021, particularly focusing on the impact of the pandemic on performers and the progressiveness in the arts. She discusses her role in Handel's oratorio Theodora at the Royal Opera House and how it resonates with current social justice issues. Bullock highlights the slow pace of social movements and the challenges faced by artists in advocating for change. Despite the pandemic stalling progress, she notes a renewed commitment from cultural institutions to address systemic oppression. Bullock emphasizes the importance of accountability, honesty, and restorative efforts in the arts community. She remains hopeful for the future, advocating for increased awareness and sensitivity as we move forward.

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