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The 2011 Lincoln Center Festival opened last week with a splash, and SundayArts' Susan Yung took in some of the hotly-anticipated performances.

Led by Austrian Music Director Franz Welser-Möst, the Cleveland Orchestra will undertake four different pieces by 19th Century minimalist composer Anton Bruckner in under a week as part of the Lincoln Center Festival.

This week in SundayArts News: the Lincoln Center Festival, The Royal Shakespeare Company, Marilyn Monroe, and more.

When Saboru Teshigawara was last in the Lincoln Center Festival with Bones in Pages (2006), the set was a huge part of the performance. A wall of wooden cubbies, thick books with their pages fanned out, shards of glass. It seemed that the theatrical setting was every bit as important as the three performers. (Four, [...]

Ariane Mnouchkine/Théâtre de Soleil’s Les Éphémères, which closed this last Sunday, July 19th, is one of those productions that elicits from New Yorkers periodic European theater awe. Much of it is from the mise-en-scène, the overall set-up of the working space on and offstage, contained inside the hulking Park Avenue Armory, co-presenters with Lincoln Center [...]

Last week, the Metropolitan Opera announced that it was facing a budget crunch. Wow, like, that’s a surprise? Some staff members have already taken pay cuts, salaries will be discussed with unions. And of course the crisis will impact programming: Costly revivals of Ghosts of Versailles, Benvenuto Cellini, Lady Macbeth of the Mtsensk District and [...]

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