Impressive singing, disturbing characterization in Minnesota Opera's 'Salome'
By Michael Anthony Published Mon, Apr 12 2010 9:59 am Photo by Michal Daniel Mlada Khudoley as Salome In 1907, the Metropolitan Opera, having given the American premiere of Richard Strauss' "Salome" and finding its story line too disgusting to justify, dropped the work after a single performance.Full Story
#3 Apr 12, 2010
If the opera was disgusting in 1907, why waste funding money trying to present it 100 years later for the same societal and moral reasons? This doesn't make artistic sense at all!
#4 Apr 13, 2010
Are our tax dollars wasted on this?
#5 Apr 13, 2010
If you have not seen the Opera do not comment it was spectacular. The Opera company is not state or federally funded anyway. Clearly neither of the previoes posts understand s or appreciates art unless it is posters.
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