It was the Metropolitan Opera’s season-opening gala but you didn’t have to stroll down the red carpet to enjoy the Met’s production of Madama Butterfly. A giant screen, with projection equipment provided by Scharff Weisberg, was set up on the Lincoln Center plaza for a simulcast of the tragic Puccini opera staged by motion picture director Anthony Minghella (The English Patient). The Panasonic, NASDAQ, and Reuters screens at Times Square also beamed the production to a blocked-off section of ...

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