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One Man’s Eurotrash is Another Man’s Treasure

by Suzanne Calvin

In a newly published piece in the “Financial Times,” critic Martin Bernheimer tackles the ticklish subject of director-dominated-opera, a phenomena of post-WWII-productions that picked up enormous steam in the 1970s. The European term, he informs us, is “Regietheater” while Americans prefer the term “Eurotrash.” It’s the mindset that gave us outrages like Berlin’s recent “Abduction […]

One Man's Eurotrash is Another Man's Treasure

by tdoadmin

In a newly published piece in the “Financial Times,” critic Martin Bernheimer tackles the ticklish subject of director-dominated-opera, a phenomena of post-WWII-productions that picked up enormous steam in the 1970s. The European term, he informs us, is “Regietheater” while Americans prefer the term “Eurotrash.” It’s the mindset that gave us outrages like Berlin’s recent “Abduction […]