Director Jack O'Brien, set designer Douglas W. Schmidt, costume designer Jess Goldstein, and lighting designers Jules Fisher and Peggy Eisenhauer all made their company debuts this season when The Metropolitan Opera revived Giacomo Puccini's triple bill of one acts, Il Trittico, which premiered at The Met in 1918. This collaboration marks a decided shift at The Met toward a more theatrical design style, which served Puccini well in this evening of romance, betrayal, salvation, and ...

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