The catch: Employees would have to agree to a 30 percent cut in pay, half of which would be restored once the Met’s box office returned to pre-pandemic levels.
“Once upon a time / Lived a foolish king. / Mocking Death, his crime, / Pure chaos he bring.”
Tonight’s performance of Don Carlo at the Bolshoi Opera has been canceled because bass Ildar Abdrazakov has tested positive for COVID-19.
Are plans for reopening America’s opera houses in the winter of 2020-2021 unrealistic?
Rigoletto at Circo Massimo was my first opera since the lockdown started in March.
What options are there for the Met and the other performing arts organizations trying to envision restarting performances in the fall?
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