We have seen three operas at local theaters. Bringing the Met to the movie theater makes something
otherwise unfordable possible. I especially loved the introduction. The woman announcing it and conducting interviews during the intermission was wonderful. Even if I could go to the Met in NYC I would not be able to listen to those starring in it nor have the ability to see the behind the scenes machinations. We surely will do this more.
Natalie Dessay was excellent as were the others. My fantasy is that Broadway will come to the local movie theater just as opera has. Think of how much that would earn and make theater available to the handicapped, to the elderly and to those who simply cannot afford it. I would LOVE to see the Book of Mormon and other Broadway plays. It would be affordable and provide easy physical access. My other fantasy is for these things to come to HBO, Showtime much like sporting events do. I would pay $25 or even $50 to see it!
Les Miserables (2012)
The Metropolitan Opera: La...
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