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The Magic Flute Met Opera Holiday Encore

Rating:No Rating
Release Date:December 21, 2011
Running time:115 minutes
Director:Julie Taymor
Distributor:NCM/ Fathom

Description: An encore presentation of Mozart's The Magic Flute will be shown in movie theaters nationwide on Wednesday, December 21. Enter a magical world of dancing bears, giant birds, and colorful adventure in Mozart's ever-popular masterpiece. This abridged version, sung in English, is perfect for opera fans of all ages. Tony Award winner Julie Taymor (The Lion King) directs a youthful cast conducted by Metropolitan Opera Music Director James Levine. This performance was originally presented in December 2006 as the inaugural transmission of the Met's Live in HD series. Don't miss this fantastical production on the big screen. Sung in English.

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