Critic’s Notebook: The Met Opera’s ‘Ring’ Works Best From the Cheap Seats

Culture The New York Times

Robert Lepage’s production, with a notoriously noisy machine as its centerpiece, benefits from distance, which makes it quieter and more cinematic. …

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