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  • la vociaccia: Is Kathleen Kim still happening right now though? She’s not, to my knowledge, doing... 11:32 PM
  • laddie: No twirling? 11:31 PM
  • laddie: That is the passion of… 11:31 PM
  • steveac10: So you want us to believe the Met is out of cash and can’t meet payroll despite the fact... 11:20 PM
  • DonCarloFanatic: I would miss Iolanta. I probably would not have liked Klinghoffer much, but I had intended... 11:02 PM
  • Satisfied: Got to add to my own list of operas I would miss seeing this season: Lady Macbeth of Mtsensk.... 10:54 PM
  • musesick man: Everyone is very quick to blame Peter Gelb for everything that is going on, for having gotten... 10:50 PM
  • Satisfied: Dare we play a little nihilistic game? I propose: “what we will miss most following... 10:46 PM
  • steveac10: So why, in Jonathan Fiend’s orderly little mind is Rachele Gilmore a cover artist and the... 10:20 PM
  • warmke: Why is it neccesary to find a vision in the United States? Isn’t the idea that that the... 10:06 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]