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  • zinka: NOTE: This was a Facebook photo of ONE DUDE alone in a theatre..hence..he represents the tiny number... 12:50 AM
  • zinka: Now..Do NOT get mad!!!!!! There I am….and also most of my friends ,especially the cast of... 12:47 AM
  • Krunoslav: armer, my beef was with the desperately sought buzz that had the Met referring to her as it she... 12:24 AM
  • Quanto Painy Fakor: Everyone gets a standing ovation because the audience is happy to be able to get up and... 11:17 PM
  • Quanto Painy Fakor: YIKES! Video from the world premiere and some audio from Gertrude!!! httpv://www.you... 11:10 PM
  • PokeyGascon: Try this? httpv://www.youtub e.com/watch?v=2PBt GDbeobg&featur e=youtu.be 10:06 PM
  • PokeyGascon: I saw a different part. httpsv://www.youtu be.com/watch?v=2PB tGDbeobg&featu re=youtu.be 10:05 PM
  • antikitschychick: Aww this is sad :-(. I think she should have allower herself to sing at least some... 10:03 PM
  • antikitschychick: But could she trill? :-P. 9:55 PM
  • javier: I like Mosuc. I saw her years ago on youtube singing Queen of the Night and didn’t think much... 9:42 PM

Equal rites

As with all good myths, certainly all the myths at the heart of Wagner’s operas, the juggling of symbols and archetypes and themes in Parsifal opens the piece to a great variety of interpretations. Many recent productions have twisted things in a way that seemed to strain or defy Wagner’s intricate libretto and lush, meticulous score: gray springtimes in a world beyond nuclear or environmental holocaust, that sort of thing. But the world of Wagner’s tale is, like our own, a world in crisis, on a razor’s edge. That’s bound to resonate with contemporary directors. They then have many options in setting out the workings of the crisis in this fable of a solution to whatever may be broken.   Read more »