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Note that even if there were permission to use the text verbatim as had been done here, it would have been unsuitable for an encyclopedia article. It was quite blatantly promotional. I have reduced the article to stub and re-written what remains. To the article's creator, or anyone else, you are free to re-expand the article using neutral language and in your own words. However, if you have any connection whatsoever (personal or professional) with American Lyric Theater, please do not edit this article again until you have read Wikipedia:Conflict of interest. – Voceditenore (talk) 17:37, 20 June 2010 (UTC)