As always, the Met HD broadcasts are superb. Mozart's last opera, La Clemenza di Tito, was performed in a wonderful production broadcast live.

However, the sound in the smaller theatre at UA Greenwood Village was set a a very low volume level, and the quality of sound was dreadful. You cannot use the same kind of sound for Met broadcasts that you use for Wreck-It Ralph.

If UA Greenwood Village is going to charge $22-24 for these productions, they should invest in a good sound system or use their larger theatre for Met broadcasts, which actually has decent sound.

I want my money back. Not for the production, but for the sub-par sound quality. Shame on you, UA Greenwood Village.