Why See Metropolitan Opera: A Midsummer Night's Dream?
Benjamin Britten's magical operatic adaptation of the Shakespearan classic returns to the Met for the first time in ten years!
The production features sets and costumes designed by Antony McDonald. It is conducted by James Conlon with soprano Kathleen Kim performing as Tytania and countertenor Iestyn Davies performing as Oberon.
Opening night: 11 October 2013
Suitable for all ages.
Three hours and 50 minutes long with two intermissions.
And before you stop reading
Sung in English with German and Spanish Met Titles.
Cast and Creative
Kathleen Kim as Tytania
Lestyn Davies as Oberon
CreativeProduction: Tim Albery
Set and Costume Designer: Antony McDonald
Lighting Designer: Matthew Richardson
Choreographer: Philippe Giraudeau
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