The resignation of the vilified Eric Dillner came a day after a major story in the New York Times left some with the impression that the staffing soap opera made the company look like it didn't know how to run itself (the Times headline crowed "Figaro Meets Fargo," referring respectively to the Rossini opera and the movie populated by Midwestern boobs and bunglers). Playbill.com and the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel had previously covered the saga.
Wednesday, August 5, 2009
playbill leads with skylight story
the skylight opera theatre has become the national arts story. new tonight, from ken jones at playbill.com:
posted at 11:00 PM