I did, and I enjoyed it immensely. We mustn't let the last simulcast of the season pass without a word, especially since La Cenerentola is such a feel-good opera. DiDonato and Florez were fantastic, and rubbery-faced Alessandro Corbelli was a joy every time he was on stage. The production values were so much better than in the first simulcast production of this opera. I thought the two stepsisters were too cartoonish, but that's the only nit I can find to pick. Wonderful way to end a season.

But a little sad, too, since I'm used to hearing Natalie Dessay in the last simulcast of the season. The schedule for this just-completed season was released a full year before she announced her retirement, so I'm wondering what the story there was.