Surviving the Crunch
How do U.S. opera companies plan their way through the lean years? DAVID?BELCHER reports.
Opera Theatre of Saint Louis's world-premiere staging of The Golden Ticket, in 2010
© Ken Howard 2010
You'd think that an economic downturn would be no place for repertory gambles, and certainly not for that grande dame of grandiosity, Aida. In fact, the need to be lean is challenging opera houses acr...
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