The Metropolitan Opera’s program at the end of this season includes Michael Mayer’s production of Verdi’s “Rigoletto,” set in a 1960s Las Vegas casino; the complete “Ring Cycle” — Richard Wagner’s four-part masterwork, directed by Robert Lepage; and “Dialogues des Carmélites” — Poulenc’s opera about an order of nuns whose faith is tested during the height of the French Revolution.

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HELLO, I'M RAFAEL PI ROMAN.

WELCOME TO LINCOLN CENTER.

THE METROPOLITAN OPERA'S CURRENT SEASON WILL CONCLUDE WITH THREE MAJOR PRODUCTIONS.

RIGOLETTO IS SET IN A 1960s LAS VEGAS CASINO.

IT WILL RUN THROUGH MAY 10th.

THE COMPLETE RING CYCLE, WAGNER'S FOUR-PART MASTER WORK, WILL BE PERFORMED THROUGH MAY 11th.

AND THREE PERFORMANCES OF POULENC'S OPERA ABOUT AN ORDER OF NUNS WHOSE FAITH IS TESTED, WILL RUN THROUGH MAY 11th.

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