Met Opera Forced To Do Semi-Staged “Turandot” After Backstage Lift Is Jammed



The 1987 Franco Zeffirelli production is one of the company’s most lavish, and doing the opera without most of it really does diminish the experience. Still, only about 150 people left and requested refunds, leaving nearly 3,000 to watch the Puccini before a static set from Act II. – The New York Times



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