Cher Public

  • NPW-Paris: Where, by the way, did they get that bed? Off the set of (Disney’s) Beauty and the Beast? 7:41 AM
  • Don_Dano: Wow! Michael Fabiano sang Nemorino in Fort Worth back in 2010. I never made that connection. That was a nice night at the opera.... 7:38 AM
  • Chanterelle: Didn’t refresh the page to see NPW-Paris’s description of the passage I had in mind. 7:36 AM
  • Chanterelle: Hah! Warlikowski’ t Don Giovanni comes to mind… 7:35 AM
  • phoenix: You’re very welcome, Porgy – this was quite a detailed project and one of the best reads I’ve ever had on... 6:39 AM
  • phoenix: A lot of relevant comments here – I’m glad I waited & read them (and listened to the end). In spite of this... 6:34 AM
  • armerjacquino: Hey, don’t knock it. When I’d been with my other half for just three weeks, he came to see me in a show on... 5:31 AM
  • NPW-Paris: E.g. “I suppose Krzysztof Warlikowski was bound to come a cropper at some stage, and that was exactly how French daily Le... 5:05 AM

Double digits

“Promiscuous — it’s not a pretty word. But when a matron in black underwear cavorts with two dozen naked hunks, what else can you call her? That’s one of the more striking images director Jay Scheib devised for Thomas Adès’ 1995 Powder Her Face, which this weekend jolted the New York City Opera’s brief spring season to a sizzling start.” [New York Post]