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Dufour confirmed that most of the audience was made up of nontraditional operagoers and said that about 56 percent of the audience in Montreal was not in the opera's database.
The idea is to let non-English-speaking audience members follow a show, word for word, on their phones, much as moviegoers or even operagoers have done with subtitles for decades.
As older generations of operagoers retire or move or pass away, opera companies need to bring in newer, younger generations of patrons to replace them, particularly millennials.
The dress code will be so relaxed that many operagoers may opt for onesies.
The show may be too grandiose for the Lyric Opera stage but a transplant to the Met is said to be on the books, which is good news for American operagoers. ‘
Michael Capasso, City Opera’s general director, likes things in the traditional manner, and the costumes and décor are rather dated—to the Joseph Volpe era at the Met, which will probably suit many New York operagoers just fine.
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: a person who frequently goes to operas
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