CMU School of Drama

Wednesday, May 10, 2017

One of the Toughest (Silent) Jobs at the Met Opera

The New York Times: From his aerie in the gilded ceiling of the vast Metropolitan Opera House, just behind the Sputnik chandeliers and some six stories above the stage, Tim Guscott fixed Anna Netrebko in his sights. Then he cast a beam of light so narrow and precisely aimed that it illuminated only that Russian diva’s head as she sang Puccini far below.

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