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INTERVIEW: Award-winning illustrator P. Craig Russell 

Award-winning illustrator P. Craig Russell has adapted 11 operas into graphic novels. This weekend his images from "Pelleas & Melisande" will be projected over a concert of Debussy's version of the work at Eastman Theatre.

Image credit: PHOTO COURTESY EASTMAN SCHOOL OF MUSIC

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