NEW YORK — The operatic drama and larger-than-life passions usually subside at the Metropolitan Opera when its season ends for the summer, but not this year.
Labor strife threatens to delay next season. The company’s recent decision to scrap a movie-theater broadcast of John Adams’ opera The Death of Klinghoffer this fall prompted debates on Middle Eastern politics and artistic freedom. The New York Police Department was called last month when some administrative offices were vandalized with crude graffiti.
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