Technical Renovation at Metropolitan Opera House

The New York Times has reported on an upcoming $60 million technical renovation at The Metropolitan Opera House including the fly system, lighting, HVAC, and hydraulic lifts. The project will take five to seven years and bring The Met’s 60 year-old systems up to modern technical standards.
This video provides a glimpse at the planned updates, in a brief interview with The Met's technical director, John Sellars.

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