Review: ‘Drowning’ Is a Philip Glass Opera for Just 99 Seats

While Philip Glass’s works are now performed in grand halls, his latest New York premiere is playing in a 99-seat theater in the East Village. But if “Drowning,” scored for just three singers, one keyboard and one harp, is smaller in scale than “Akhnaten” or a symphony, it is no minor event. JoAnne Akalaitis, one […]

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