October 20, 2020
Entertainment News

The Metropolitan Opera Won’t Reopen for Another Year – The New York Times

The Met, whose budget of roughly $300 million in a normal season makes it the biggest performing arts organization in the nation, is taking a series of steps to try to ensure its survival and adapt to a changed world. It is publicizing its entire 2021-22 season, months ahead of schedule, partly in the hopes that people who bought tickets to canceled performances roughly $20 million in tickets has already been sold can be persuaded to exchange them for the newly announced operas.
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