There seem to be problems with the London staging of the opera written by Olga Neuwirth and kinky Nobel girl Elfriede Jelinkek on the basis of David Lynch's Lost Highway. Among the problems, something we'd never thought could hurt: too many bewbs.
You can have too much of a good thing. Valerie MacCarthy, the lissome soprano singing the female lead in ``Lost Highway,'' frequently bares her breasts during the London performance. Each time, there's less sexual and dramatic charge. It's an old adage but a true one: less is more.
This is, in fact, weirdykinz:
And Ruperto in the Telegraph seems to be in full blown killjoy mode:
We still fully support the effort to add more bewbs to opera.