Find yourself in the middle of war, love and madness during your New York vacation when you head to the famed Metropolitan Opera to watch I Puritani. This opera is known for the love story between Arturo and Elvira during the English Civil War. But when things look great, Elvira’s descent into madness turns this into an experience you cannot miss with tickets at low prices from ShowTickets.com.
<strong>Best Known For:</strong>
Vincenzo Bellini’s final opera
There are plenty of great operas to be seen, but I Puritani has a soft spot in the hearts of many opera fanatics in the world. And with tickets at low prices from ShowTickets.com, this work from Bellini is sure to get a brand new generation of fans with Olga Peretyatko making her highly anticipated Metropolitan Opera debut. Grab your tickets now for a great opera to complete your New York vacation!
<strong>I PURITANI SHOW DURATION</strong>
No running time has been established for I Puritani.
The Metropolitan Opera has no age limit on their shows, but children must have a ticket to enter the theater.
• The performance will be sung in Italian with Met Titles in English, Italian, Spanish and German.
• Make sure to turn off all cell phones, alarm watches, pagers and any other electronic devices before you enter the auditorium.
• A coat check is available on the South Concourse level.
• There is no photography allowed during the show.
• You can rent binoculars for a small cost at the coat check station.
• Listening devices can be rented with a major credit card or driver’s license required as a deposit.
• The Met doesn’t have a set dress code, but it’s wise to wear clothes suitable for a professional setting.
• Wheelchair seating is available in the theater.
• You can find wheelchair-accessible restrooms on the Parterre, Grand Tier, and Dress Circle levels.
• The Met opens 45 minutes before the curtain is scheduled to go up.
• Latecomers will not be admitted into a performance until intermission and is entirely at the theater management’s discretion.