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Broadcast: Don Giovanni

That mysterious bass-baritone leads the cast in today’s Met matinee broadcast starting at 1:00 PM. (Photo: Marty Sohl / Met Opera)

‘Spring’ is here

Most musical theater fans date the storied partnership of Alan Jay Lerner and Frederick Loewe as beginning with Brigadoon in 1947. That was certainly their first hit, but the team had two prior shows on Broadway: What’s Up in 1943 and The Day Before Spring in 1945.  Read more »

Di grazia

On this day in 1966 the Metropolitan Opera debut of tenor Alfredo Kraus as the Duke of Mantua. Read more »

Sugar daddy day care

New York City Opera has announced the resignation of the chairman of its board, Roy G. Niederhoffer.

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A view to a kill

You’d want to expect that every Met retread would draw the same curiosity, the same large crowds, to Lincoln Center.

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Broadcast: Andrea Chenier

Live from the Teatro Comunale di Modena.

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“I was lonely when I was young”

On this day in 1938, Lillian Hellman’s play The Little Foxes opened at the National Theatre to run 410 performances.

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Virtually capricious!

“El espectáculo que reviviría al Maria Callas en escenarios chilenos a través de hologramas fue definitivamente cancelado.”

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