Pushkin/Prokofiev ‘Godunov’ finally realized

By David Patrick Stearns [Philidelphia Inquirer, 16 April 2007]
PRINCETON – Academia is the best home for the impossible. Such was the task at hand for the provocative, extravagant Princeton University-produced Boris Godunov – not the famous opera, but the Alexander Pushkin play as it might have been rendered by legendary director Vsevolod Meyerhold with music by Sergei Prokofiev.