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RESULTS  PRODUCTION & COMPANY INFORMATION
Metropolitan Opera
An American Tragedy - World Premiere
Composer:
Tobias Picker
Librettist:
Scheer, Gene
Director(s):
Francesca Zambello Director
Conductor(s):
James Conlon Music Director
Designer(s):
Adrianne Lobel Scenic Designer
Dunya Ramicova Costume Designer
James F. Ingalls Lighting Designer
Opening Date: Friday, December 02, 2005
Venue & 
Performance Dates:
Metropolitan Opera House
Cast Information: There is no casting information available for this production at this time.
Company Information
Metropolitan Opera
Address:  Lincoln Center, New York NY 10023 United States
Web site: www.metopera.org
Phone:  212-799-3100
Fax:  212-874-2659

Mission Statement/Description:
"The Metropolitan Opera is a vibrant home for the most creative and talented artists working in the multidisciplinary field of opera, including singers, conductors, composers, orchestra musicians, stage directors, designers, visual artists, choreographers, and dancers from around the world. Known as a venue for the world’s great voices for well over a century, since 1976 the Met has been under the musical direction of James Levine, who has created one of opera’s finest orchestras and choruses. Peter Gelb, the Met’s new general manager, has embarked on a program to significantly increase the number of new productions, which will feature the Met debuts of the world’s most imaginative directors, to further elevate the company’s theatrical standards and to secure increased commitments from the world’s greatest singers. To reinvigorate the art form, the Met is also commissioning new works and has made a commitment to producing contemporary work on an annual basis. "
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