This just in…

As reported by LA CIECA

The Met will offer $20 “rush” tickets to selected Monday – Thursday performances beginning with the tomorrow’s season premiere of Faust. According to a release from the Met’s press department, 200 Orchestra seats — regularly priced at $100 — will be offered at $20 per ticket at the Met box office beginning two hours before curtain on the day of the performance. The discount ticket program is underwritten by Agnes Varis, a managing director of the Met’s Board of Directors, and her husband, Karl Leichtman, the same folks who sponsored the “Open House” two weeks ago.

Again per the Met’s website, “Purchases will be limited to two tickets per customer and will be available on a first-come, first-served basis. The program does not apply to performances for which $100 tickets are no longer available. Information about availability is provided online at http://www.metopera.org/ or by calling Met Ticket Service at (212) 362-2000. “

parterre box presents Unnatural Acts of Opera.

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One Response to This just in…

  1. abe levine says:

    This guy has an interesting take on opera for the novice. Though I don’t agree with all of it, it is an interesting perspective. http://butler-harris.org/archives/81

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