The picture shows Richard Croft, Alfred Walker, Rachelle Durkin, the Metropolitan Opera chorus, their shoes lined up along the apron and their coats flying in the air.
I went to the theater and sat in the chair for one act of the rerun of Satyagraha from the Metropolitan Opera. I was very tired and struggling with falling asleep, so I went home. I am reminded again that it is the most spiritual of all operas. A film showing the real Ghandi ran in the intermission. Eric Owens was the host.
I saw this production live in New York in 2008, so you should read my full review there. Other comments on Glass can be found here, here and here.
People in the audience.