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Met Live – Adès’s The Exterminating Angel @ WYO Theater
Dec 9 @ 10:55 am – 1:30 pm

The Met Live in HD
2017-18 Season

Adults & Seniors $21 ♦ Students $11 ♦ Season tickets $173

Thomas Adès’s The Exterminating Angel
Saturday, December 9, 10:55AM
Run time 2:27/One intermission
(Act I 79 / Intermission 30 / Act II 51)

Following the rapturous response to his last opera, The Tempest, the Met presents the American premiere of Thomas Adès’s The Exterminating Angel, inspired by the classic Luis Buñuel film of the same name. Hailed by the New York Times at its 2016 Salzburg Festival premiere as “inventive and audacious … a major event,” The Exterminating Angel is a surreal fantasy about a dinner party from which the guests can’t escape. Tom Cairns, who wrote the libretto, directs the new production, and Adès conducts his own adventurous new opera.

Met Live – Puccini’s Tosca @ WYO Theater
Feb 3 @ 10:55 am – 2:00 pm

The Met Live in HD
2017-18 Season

Adults & Seniors $21 ♦ Students $11 ♦ Season tickets $173

Giacomo Puccini’s Tosca
Saturday, February 3, 10:55AM
Run time 2:53/Two intermissions
(Act I 45 / Intermission 35 / Act II 41 / Intermission 35 / Act III 27)

Puccini’s melodrama about a volatile diva, a sadistic police chief, and an idealistic artist has offended and thrilled audiences for more than a century. Critics, for their part, have often had problems with Tosca’s rather grungy subject matter, the directness and intensity of its score, and the crowd-pleasing dramatic opportunities it provides for its lead roles. But these same aspects have made Tosca one of a handful of iconic works that seem to represent opera in the public imagination. Tosca’s popularity is further secured by a superb and exhilarating dramatic sweep, a driving score of abundant melody and theatrical shrewdness, and a career-defining title role.