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GP at the Met: "The Nose"

William Kentridge‘s dazzlingly innovative production of Shostakovich’s shocking, unconventional opera about a beleaguered Russian official and his runaway nose stars Tony Award winner Paulo Szot as Kovalyov, a bureaucrat who awakes one morning to discover that his nose has run away. Great Performances at the Met airs Sunday, February 23, 2014, at 12 noon on PBS.
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    Rod Stewart. Awwwwh. I got all excited. I thought it was MARTHA Stewart!
    And her sson, Jon Stewart.

  • sylvie fetizon

    thanks a lot!!!
    a bientot

    sylvie

  • Barbara Gray

    Missed Friday night, May 24th, 2013 an hour with Audra MacDonald. Will there be a repeat and when?

  • Anna

    Fantastic film on Jacob’s pillow!! Greatly Appreciated!

  • Mia Rosen

    PBS is like Christmas morning; can’t wait to see what’s coming next. I especially like the repeat airings and that you’ve incorporated regular programming into the fundraising drives – it’s more like Thanksgiving than Christmas – lots to be thankful for: quality, creativity, compelling, refreshing, and tasteful…

  • Sharon Maratos

    Watching now

  • MJ

    I love PBS. I do wish that PBS would make the programing a bit more available and for a longer period of time for streaming online. My DVR was not working properly, and I missed Hollow Crown’s Richard, and 1 episode of Silk – but due to the narrow viewing window for streaming, I am at a loss as to how and when I can catch up on missed episodes. Also, listing an expiration date on videos would be helpful, thus viewers will know by what date they have to watch a particular video before it is no longer available online. Thanks!

  • tobywil

    I love the great Performances at the Met, but I am shocked at their performing an anti semitic opera, for shame,

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