Posted at 1:52 PM on May 23, 2014
by Rex Levang
If an opera character is reading a book, does the font need to be historically accurate?
If the audience can see the font--which they can, in a broadcast to movie theaters--then the answer might be yes.
Which, according to a Huffington Post article, is one of many small details which could lead to some big labor disputes at the Metropolitan Opera this summer.