Through March 7, The Metropolitan Opera presents the new production of “Agrippina,” Handel’s tale of intrigue and impropriety in ancient Rome. Sir David McVicar’s production brings the action of this black comedy about the abuse of power to “the present,” exploring what it would be like if the Roman Empire had never fallen. Mezzo-soprano Joyce DiDonato stars as the power-hungry Agrippina.

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HELLO.

I'M RAFAEL PI ROMAN AND WELCOME TO THIS WEEK AT LINCOLN SEND.

THROUGH MARCH 7th THE METROPOLITAN OPERA PRESENTS THE NEW PRODUCTION OF 'AGRIPINA.'

HANDEL'S TALE OF INTRIGUE AND IMPRIORITY IN ANCIENT ROME.

SIR DAVID MAKIVIK AERO'S PRODUCTION BRINGS THE ACTION OF THIS BLACK COMEDY ABOUT THE ABUSE OF POWER TO THE PRESENT EXPLORING WHAT IT WOULD BE LIKE FOR THE ROMAN EMPIRE HAD NEVER FALLEN.

THE SATURDAY FEBRUARY 29th PERFORMANCE WILL BE TRANSMITTED LIVE TO 2,200 MOVE THEATERS AS AND MORE THAN 80 COUNTRIES AS PART OF THE MET'S LIVE IN HD SERIES.

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