There is general agreement now that culture is capitalism. Whether their value is financial or symbolic, the processes and products of cultural expression are widely acknowledged as submitted to an advanced network of capital transactions. The processes of global capitalism have long since invaded the sphere of artistic production.
When you begin to pay more attention to the correct positioning of a roll-on bed than to the libretto, you know there is something lacking in a production
If Renaissance plays are to be more than museum-pieces, then it befalls the director to work as a cultural translator.