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"Die Fledermaus" or "L'Elisir d'Amore"

70 Lincoln Center Plaza, New York, NY 10023 70 Lincoln Center Plaza, New York Directions
+12127697000

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Report | 2 years ago
It was amazing
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I expected to see Madame butterfly The groupon was very misleading it was a totally different opera. I was embarrassed as I bought a ticket for a guest as well and we expected to see Madame Butterfly. Total waste for $150 dollars. And I still want to see Madame butterfly .
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Report | 3 years ago
subway stop right underneath the Met
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Tickets were already assigned so no need to get to box office early. Madame Butterfly is a great presentation....however, recommend getting orchestra seats to get the best effects.
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For $60 a ticket it was well worth it!
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