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Ausrine Stundyte as Cio-Cio-San, Elizabeth Janes as Butterfly’s child and Sarah Larsen as Suzuki in Seattle Opera's production of Puccini's Madama Butterfly. Photo by Elise Bakketun.
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Crain's New YorkWednesday, July 23, 2014
Revenue, labor woes have Met Opera singing the blues
Revenue, labor woes have Met Opera singing the blues
By Theresa AgovinoCrain's New YorkWednesday, July 23, 2014
Those numbers, and the Met's deficit, are among some of the hard realities facing the company as it attempts to renegotiate contracts with its 15 unions. Many observers think a strike or lockout will occur, which could further damage the Met's shaky finances.
MashableWednesday, July 23, 2014
Foursquare Checks Out of the Check-in Game, Reveals New Logo
Foursquare Checks Out of the Check-in Game, Reveals New Logo
By Christina WarrenMashableWednesday, July 23, 2014
Foursquare's attempt to transform itself from a check-in app into Yelp continues with a new app and a new logo. Back in May, Foursquare announced that it was taking the check-in out of the main app and wrapping it into Swarm, a new distinct app. When Swarm was released, users who didn't download the app could continue to use Foursquare to check-in to their favorite locations.
Nonprofit QuarterlyWednesday, July 23, 2014
Thoughts on the Relevance of Nonprofit Management Curricula
Thoughts on the Relevance of Nonprofit Management Curricula
By Judith L. MillesenNonprofit QuarterlyWednesday, July 23, 2014
What is the state of nonprofit management education today? From the ways we establish community value to a renewed emphasis on networking and an expanded menu of organizational designs (among other things), how we work in the sector is changing at a faster pace than ever.
The TelegraphWednesday, July 23, 2014
What's the difference between an opera and a musical?
What's the difference between an opera and a musical?
By Tim WongThe TelegraphWednesday, July 23, 2014
The line between operas and musicals is blurring. Earlier this month the English National Opera announced that the company will team up with Michael Grade and Michael Linnit to stage musicals – on top of their regular programme of operas. Aside from making full use of the Coliseum round the year, ENO is hoping that musicals will form part of an "audience development programme", nurturing opera goers of the future.

Audience Development SpecialistsWednesday, July 23, 2014
The changing landscape of audiences
The changing landscape of audiences
By Shoshana FanizzaAudience Development SpecialistsWednesday, July 23, 2014
“The simple answer is San Jose’s population changed a lot in three decades and the Rep changed very little.”
David Pogue makes opera debut at Wolf Trap with Google Glass in ‘Carmen’
By Anne MidgetteThe Washington PostTuesday, July 22, 2014
At Wolf Trap’s Filene Center, David Pogue is going on stage in “Carmen” with a Google Glass headset, a small wearable computer, and broadcasting snippets of the onstage action to give the audience a sense of what it’s like to be out there under the lights.
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