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Tosca 

Event Details

WHEN:
WHERE:
Metropolitan Opera House
Lincoln Center
Manhattan,
Venue Website

HOOD:
Columbus Circle, Manhattan
COST:
$20-$375
AGE:
All ages
MORE INFO:
Marcelo Alvarez

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Tosca

Event Description

Giacomo Puccini’s classic La Tosca will be playing at The Metropolitan Opera till October 17th. If you attend,  not only will you be dazzled by acclaimed Argentinian tenor Marcelo Alavarez, you’ll also be able to put an end to our curiosity here at Remezcla as to why this show was booed its opening night. Don’t worry: there was nothing wrong with the singers. Instead, anger was aimed at new director Luc Bondy and his apparently lacking production team… mmmm… any takers?

“‘Tosca,’ first performed in 1900, takes place a century before that in Rome during the Napoleonic Wars. In three short acts set in a church, a palace and a prison, it tells the tale of singer Floria Tosca, her lover, painter Mario Cavaradossi, and Baron Scarpia, chief of the secret police – none of whom survives to the final curtain.”-www.huffingtonpost.com/2009/09/22/met-opera-booed-richard-p_n_294341.html


Tosca

WHERE:
Metropolitan Opera House
Lincoln Center
Manhattan,
www.metoperafamily.org/metopera/

HOOD:
Columbus Circle, Manhattan
DIRECTIONS:
66th St and Broadway

Take the No. 1 train to 66th Street (Lincoln Center) Station



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