Well, it was very...Russian. I hate to sound like Emperor Joseph telling Mozart that his music had too many notes, but it was just too long. I thought the poppy field sequence would never end, and I didn't see the need for the romance between Igor's son and the plump lady in a white nightgown and tacky wig. The music was melodic and accessible, and I liked the last two acts better than the first.
Austin, did you go?