This documentary was very good in bringing a "behind-the-scenes" look at the taming of
Machine" used to create the scenes in Wagner's Ring Cyclew. It is quire a creative concept and worked very well.. However, I would like to have seen more technical info about it. For example, how they produced the incredible projections onto the machine's slats.
The production was enchanting. The singing was good. But, I would have appreciated more subtitles.
I simply wanted to know what they were sayitng. The excuse that Sanscrit is meant to be head and not read is inadequate. The audience should not be robbed of the passages that inspired Gandhi.
My wife and I have attended over 10 performances of the Phantom of the Opera - New
Austin, and Houston. This was by far the most exciting. The celebration
after the final curtain was the "icing on the cake". We really liked the four former
Phantoms performance and the appearance of Michael Crawford. We wish that he
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