And we have a Mot du Jour!
One startling upset catches the eye among the many winners (if that is the word) of the 2013 Parterre Box Awards. Read more »
La Cieca is sure it’s nothing, nothing at all, but she does think it’s curious that (per a tipster) George Steel has quietly called a staff meeting for NYCO tomorrow…
George Steel announces that New York City Opera is destroying, giving away or selling off most of its stock of repertory productions.
For decades New York City Opera was a model of an organization with a clear mission.
The Underworld as corporate boardroom, Pluto a “suit,” the damned a bunch of clerks tapping away at laptops.
“About the only good thing that can be said for New York City Opera’s Orpheus, which opened Saturday night, is that it made the rest of the company’s feeble season seem scintillating by comparison.”