Another review of Friday’s world premiere of Book of Longing drops in Toronto, this one from the Globe and Mail. The wrap graf:

In the end, Book of Longing was a chance worth taking, and enjoyable to witness. You could hear the two participants greeting each other across their different disciplines, if not always embracing. It was good to hear Mr. Glass accepting Mr. Cohen’s invitation to be funny in his music, as Mr. Cohen mocked his own spiritual attainments or riffed on the Buddhist notion of rebirth. His poems had been reborn, in a way that did credit to both fathers.