Yes, she offers an interesting interpretation, although this version is somewhat of an oddity for me, having become familiar with the various original language versions available. If you're a fan of Faithful already, then by all means. My felling is that reading the libretto and translation (if necessary) ahead of time is not such a big deal. Brecht is highly nuanced German, after all, and this work is extremely interesting as literature alone. If you're looking for a definitive version of the work, don't even think about this one. I suggest those seriously interested in the work try three others: 1) Lotte Lenya, of course, 2) Gisela May, maybe even more *perfect* and 3) Brigitte Fassbaender, for a deeply felt and vocally magnificent take.