‘The Death of Klinghoffer’ is anti-Israel — and anti-Palestinian, Jay Michaelson writes. The opera traffics in offensive caricatures that do a disservice to both sides.
Jane Eisner praises Rudy Giuliani for his restraint in leading a protest against ‘The Death of Klinghoffer.’ Why did so many others cross the line into destructive rhetoric?
About a thousand people joined together Monday night to express their dismay at the Met’s production of “The Death of Klinghoffer.” But not all of them agreed about exactly why they were there.
Rudy Giuliani, a former New York City mayor, led a rally outside the Metropolitan Opera on Monday to protest the company’s production of “The Death of Klinghoffer,” which some have called anti-Semitic and sympathetic to terrorism.
Is the Met’s ‘Death of Klinghoffer’ a profound meditation? Or a misguided opera that borders on anti-Semitism? Arts editor Adam Langer delves into the controversy.
Lisa and Ilsa Klinghoffer support the arts, but not the ‘Klinghoffer’ opera. They say it rationalizes, romanticizes and legitimizes the terrorist murder of their father.
Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani reportedly will lead a protest against the controversial opera ‘The Death of Klinghoffer.’
‘The Death of Klinghoffer’ makes us uncomfortable by portraying terrorists as human characters with strengths and flaws. Mira Sucharov asks: Isn’t that what good art does?
Some call it a musical masterpiece. Others say it’s appallingly biased. Can ‘The Death of Klinghoffer’ show humanity in terrorists without alienating opera-goers?