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Manon Lescaut to be broadcast in US cinemas during summer 2014

Screenings to take place from 21 July to 13 August in selected movie theatres.

By Lottie Butler (Assistant Content Producer)

8 July 2014 at 9.52pm | 3 Comments

Jonathan Kent’s new production of Puccini’s Manon Lescaut, starring Kristīne Opolais and Jonas Kaufmann, will be screened in cinemas across the US.

Screening dates range from 21 July 2014 – 13 August 2014, depending on location. Show times are still pending. Find a screening near you.

The production, which had its world premiere on 17 June 2014, was relayed live to cinemas on 24 June, and has divided opinion among audience members and critics alike. Read audience reactions to the cinema screening.

Ahead of the screening, download our Royal Opera House Digital Programme, which contains specially selected features to bring you closer to the production.

The Royal Opera House Cinema Season relays our performances to over 1,100 cinemas in more than 30 countries around the world. Find out more about the productions to be shown in the 2014/15 Cinema Season.

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This production of Manon Lescaut is generously supported by Rolex, with generous philanthropic support from Mrs Susan A Olde OBE, Lord and Lady Laidlaw, Mrs Philip Kan, Marina Kulishova, Mrs Trevor Swete, Quentin Holland, Mercedes T. Bass, Bruce Kovner, the American Friends of Covent Garden and The Manon Lescaut Production Syndicate.

By Lottie Butler (Assistant Content Producer)

8 July 2014 at 9.52pm

This article has been categorised Opera and tagged America, broadcast, by Jonathan Kent, cinema, Manon Lescaut, Puccini, screening, The Royal Opera, US

This article has 3 comments

  1. Barbara responded on 9 July 2014 at 3:04pm Reply

    Are there English subtitles for the broadcast?
    Thank you.

    • Ellen West (Head of Online Content) responded on 9 July 2014 at 5:44pm

      Dear Barbara

      There will be subtitles, and interval films going behind the scenes of the production.

      Best wishes

      Ellen

  2. Ivis Bohlen responded on 10 July 2014 at 1:49am Reply

    Great news about the interval features! I had a bad experience driving several hundred miles to see Tosca a few years ago. It was literally broadcast from a computer (a Windows logo appeared on the cinema screen at one point) and was shown with no introduction and no interval! I hope you have a new distributor now. :-)

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