Seeing and hearing an opera on a big screen is a powerful experience, in some ways more exciting than a live performance. Recommended for mature adults and others.
We will decide to have a meal afterwards, depending on attendees' desires.
Cendrillon is Massenet’s operatic version of Cinderella. Joyce DiDonato sings the title role. This is the first time the Met has produced this opera, and they probably did so for DiDonato: she’s that good. Should be a great way to end the season.
The 2018 -2019 season’s schedule:
Aida, Verdi, October 6
Samson et Dalila, Saint Seans, October 28
La Fanciulla del West (Girl of the Golden West), Puccini, Oct 27
Marnie, Mulhy, Nov 10
La Traviata, Verdi, Dec 15
Adriana Lecouvreur, Cilea, Jan 12
Carmen, Bizet, Feb 2
La Fille du Regiment, Donizetti, Mar 2
Die Walkure, Wagner, Mar 30
Dialogues des Carmelites, Poulenc, May 11