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For an introduction to its European influenced design, start at what is regarded as one of the best opera houses in the world: Teatro Colón.
David Benoit and Edward Staudenmayer were a satisfying comic duo as the frazzled managers of the opera house.
For a mix of music and comedy, The Columbus Theater is an opulent old opera house with programming that’s run cooperatively, on a volunteer basis.
Officials say the commissions are designed to showcase the presentational possibilities of the Shed, a futuristic-minded venue that is being built with the kind of flexibility not associated with the traditional concert hall or opera house.
Its main stage, the 358-seat Cabot Theatre, has drawn praise for its beautiful emulation of an 18th-century European opera house.
And West Side Story, the brilliant 1957 Leonard Bernstein-Stephen Sondheim musical that Lyric will produce at the opera house in May and early June, will run for 32 performances.
The double bill is scheduled to travel this fall from Toronto to Chicago to the opera house at the Palace of Versailles in France.
The Bayview has an opera house and will soon have a chicken processing plant.
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OPERA HOUSE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of opera house for English Language Learners
: a theater where operas are performed
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