STAGE TUBE: First Look at Danny Burstein, Betsy Wolfe and More in The Met Opera's DIE FLEDERMAUS

Check out the trailer for the new English-language production of Johann Strauss's "Die Fledermaus," directed by Jeremy Sams and featuring new dialogue by Douglas Carter Beane. The production opens New Year's Eve.

Danny Burstein and Betsy Wolfe will make their Met debuts in the production, starring as the drunken jailer, Frosch, and Adele's sister, Ida, respectively.

The December 31 opening performance will be broadcast live on Metropolitan Opera Radio on SIRIUS XM Channel 74, as will the performances on January 11 and 15, and February 13 and 20. The December 31 and February 13 performances will also be streamed live on the Met's website, www.metopera.org.

The January 11 matinee performance will be broadcast live over the Toll Brothers-Metropolitan Opera International Radio Network.

For more information on this season's performances of Die Fledermaus, please visit the Met's website atwww.metopera.org.

STAGE TUBE: First Look at Danny Burstein, Betsy Wolfe and More in The Met Opera's DIE FLEDERMAUS


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