Call me Norma. I am a Druidic priestess and I have a tool shed. My toolshed is in the Druidic barn (did we have barns back in ancient Gaul? never mind) and that's where I keep the kids I bore Pollione, our Roman enemy.
If you've never seen an opera, this is an excellent way to begin: stretched out in a comfy chair instead of sitting upright with a hard-back seat in front of you; table with popcorn and beer at hand. Plus, you can stand up when it's not intermission.
The production elements are not heaven sent. The set designs of David Korins are clever, but confusing and cluttered. The Kong-size doors, the ready abundance of knives, spears and scythes, keep the eyes very busy and the questions coming.