Forty years ago, opera superstar Placido Domingo made his debut at The Metropolitan Opera in the role of Maurizio in Francesco Cilea’s Adriana Lecouvreur, an opera that dates from 1902. The story is of love and betrayal, set in the 18th-century Parisian ambiance of the Comédie Française, where Adriana is a leading actress in love with Maurizio. The complicated four-act plot unwinds on and off stage at the theatre, as well as in a palace and at Adriana’s house. “I got involved about four ...

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