NYT the machine is back

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NYT the machine is back

Post by lennygoran » Sat Sep 22, 2018 8:17 am

I liked the production but it cost so much-article begins this way. Len in the sky with united air and wifi

One morning in August, Peter Gelb settled into a seat in the nearly empty auditorium of the Metropolitan Opera, where he is general manager, and waited for a run-through of Wagner’s “Die Walküre” to begin.

The storm depicted in the prelude silently took shape onstage, with a huge array of upright planks forming a forest of trees. Video projections buffeted the set with swirling snow. Then the planks shifted, morphing seamlessly to form the inside of a forest dwelling.

The “machine” is back. And, after spending months in the shop, it should be ready to go for another spin this spring, Met officials hope.

https://www.nytimes.com/2018/09/21/arts ... -ring.html

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