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  • Jack Jikes: Ivy – I’m a fan of your critiques – but – your enthusiasm for Soviet... 12:20 AM
  • Pia Ngere-Liu: And after all – is there a more diva like name than hers? Take a look at... 11:54 PM
  • Rackon: Wrong time for those of us on this side of pond with day jobs. Also not available in US without work... 11:28 PM
  • johns33: As a subscriber I’d love to bring first timers to the opera..nieces nephews out of... 11:16 PM
  • laddie: I watched it! Wonderfully moving- D’Oustrac continues to be stunning! 11:09 PM
  • Leontynes Weave: What’s been presented is the fact that Gelb’s production/directo r focus is not... 11:06 PM
  • Lady Abbado: New Kaufmann interview: http://www.theoper ablog.com/jonas-ka ufmann-an-intervie w/ 11:02 PM
  • phoenix: It was scheduled for broadcast on a German station, but that broadcast was cancelled a few days... 10:43 PM
  • Sempre liberal: This reminds me: We need a new Regie Quiz. Please! 10:40 PM
  • Leontynes Weave: Hmmm. So the economy gets the blame for revivals of Gelb’s productions getting bad... 10:33 PM

The revolution will be televised

Ah, finally a light begins to break: “60 Minutes is filming a long-planned segment on the Met, with the new production of Rigoletto providing a through line…. When [Michael] Mayer sprints down the aisles onto the stage to tweak a bit of business, he is trailed not just by a couple of staff directors with notebooks but often by a cameraman or two. A Japanese film crew has also been tailing him for its own documentary.” [New York Times]