The plot was a little complicated, but you must read the short summary at the
theater first. The voices were all excellent. You forget you are not sitting right there at the MET. You want to applaud at the end of each aria.
Go see the ENCORE when it com eds around.
Production was well done.
Sing was excellent.
Intermissions were very interesting.
for me no aria was recognizable.
ONLY FOR THOSE THAT LOVE OPERA.
SHOWING HOW THEY CHAANGE THE SCENERY
DURING INTERMISSION WAS VERY INTERESTING.
MY WIFE AND I BOTH ENJOYED IT VERY MUCH AND LOOK FORWARD GOING TO THE NEXT OPERA.
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