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Felix Bernstein Tackles His Most Ambitious Project Yet — a Justin Bieber Opera
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The spirit of Justin Bieber loomed large over the rehearsal—projected onto a screen, standing amidst a swirling galaxy of stars. Bieber (played by Luke Smithers) wore a pair of white angel wings, white boxer-briefs, and an air of bl...