But opera companies are obviously huge monsters requiring constant care and feeding. This may be the worst time for any company to find its leader gallivanting about the globe to perform, teleconferencing or texting in his spare minutes as he goes. It's not unheard of for opera stars to go into management, but not while still singing, conducting and managing a second company. The novelty of it all, and the enormous personal appeal of Domingo, has made this an amazing story right from the start. It gets more interesting every day, especially with the financial squeezes affecting Domingo's two administrative domains.