Normally, tickets to the Metropolitan Opera in Lincoln Center cost $100 and more, but you can see grand opera for $22 with this special deal — watch live HD performances in a movie theater, on a gigantic screen. The Met Opera Live HD series begins this Saturday, October 15th, in more than 100 movie theaters nationwide. Star soprano Anna Netrebko opened the Met’s 2011-12 season to rave reviews in the title role of Donizetti’s Anna Bolena. See her exhilarating performance live on the big screen. David McVicar’s Met premiere production of this masterpiece about the final days of the doomed queen Anne Boleyn also stars Ildar Abdrazakov as her husband, Henry VIII, and Ekaterina Gubanova as Jane Seymour. The Met Opera Live HD is at 12:55 p.m., and runs approximately four hours. Choose among NYC theaters including the Zigfield in midtown, AMC Empire 25 in Times Square, AMC Kips Bay and Village 7, and Regal Union Square. Click here to purchase tickets for NYC theaters. And here’s the link to purchase tickets in theaters in other cities and states nationwide.
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