See How the Met Built ‘Tosca,’ Its Biggest Production of the Season

Rome wasn’t built in a day. When the Metropolitan Opera decided to create a new production of Puccini’s “Tosca” true to the work’s Roman settings, the company’s army of artists and artisans started work nearly a year before its opening night, on New Year’s Eve.

 

See How the Met Built ‘Tosca,’ Its Biggest Production of the Season

 

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