I first listened to parts of Einstein on the Beach on a cassette tape I high school. To see it tonight at BAM was a great pleasure.


Of the three Philip Glass operas I’ve seen, this is my favorite. Even
though it’s the oldest one and I’m seeing it last, it still feels
modern and radical.

I definitely didn’t know what was going on a lot of the time, but I
think that was the point. The music, the movements, and the sets were
entrancing unto themselves.

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