One of the more eagerly awaited new productions of the Metropolitan Opera’s current season appears happily poised to avoid some of the pitfalls and embarrassing spectacles that have increasingly ensnared productions at the venerable opera house.
Whether this will translate into better ticket sales for the cash-strapped institution is anyone’s guess, but the production, Gaetano Donizetti’s Roberto Devereux of 1837, is a subject of glowing anticipation from several critics.
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