The Metropolitan Opera: Das Rheingold Synopsis
The first of the four operas that comprise The Ring of the Nibelung.

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Stunning!

By Florida Panther
Having seen M. Le Page's production of "The Damnation of Faust", I was not expecting much. I even speculated that it could be worse then the execrable Chereau Ring. I was delighted with this...

Ancient Myth, High Tech setting

By diaphora
Instead of 4 scenes and 3 intermissions, the opera ran continuously start to finish, adding another whole dimension to the term "through-composed." Bravo!...

Amazing set

By scotirene
The MET's Das Rheingold is excellent. The highlight is the amazing set - the best staging of a Wagner opera I have ever seen....

Another outstanding MetOpera production!

By fredtowers
As ever, the Met offered a fine HD experience. The picture and sound were better that being at Lincoln Center. There were more wide shots, and the picture was brighter than in previous seasons. We...

An unexpected pleasure

By Skeptic1
This RHEINGOLD is, hands down, the best Wagnerian production I've been to in my life. I'm not a Wagner enthusiast; wild horses couldn't drag me to another performance of TRISTAN UND ISOLDE. But this...

Rheingold--It's all about THE SET!

By GiovannaDellaCroce
Three hours with no intermission; be forewarned! A useful "making of" segment demonstrated the famous set. I'd read about it but couldn't envision it. Levin got a big hand when he came out,...

Das Rheingold

By artfil
Excellent production. Spectacular set--but-- as with all HD productions we feel there should be more full stage views to get the scope of the production. Closeups are wonderful to see the vocalists...

das rheingold

By gerontius
singing was excellent, picture dark (as always). Biggest complaint is that the theatre did not open until 12 - for a 1pm curtain. We had gotten there at 11:15 so were forced to wait outside. Very...

Das Rheingold

By kirom
Marvelous voices, incomparable acting, the best opera orchestra in the world, all under the masterful direction of Maestro Levine made for a memorable event. The mechanized set worked surprisingly...

Best way to see opera hands down

By rthlncln
Love the Met at the Movies- such a bargain! If you went to the Met in NYC, it would cost $200! At the movies, it's only $22.00 plus you see the characters and sets more closely, and backstage...

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