Friday, May 29, 2009
"Bid farewell to a unique New York staple the likes of which the opera world will never see again"
"After 60 years of presenting affordable and ambitious opera to the denizens of downtown Manhattan, the landmark Amato Opera Company closes its doors for good [Sunday] with its final production: Mozart's The Marriage of Figaro.... Fittingly, these performances are sold out, but fans and supporters may wish to show up anyway — if not in hopes of snagging a last-minute cancellation ticket, then to at the least bid farewell to a unique New York staple the likes of which the opera world will never see again." (Playbill)
Posted by Grieve at 3:24 PM
Labels: Amato Opera, Bowery
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