Mixing The Ancient And Modern: Samson et Dalila At The Met, Part Two

Director Darko Tresnjak brought spectacle to Jerusalem at about 150 BC in The Metropolitan Opera's production of Saint-Saëns’s Samson et Dalila, featuring lighting by Donald Holder, sets by Alexander Dodge, and costumes by Linda Cho

Read about the scenic design in Part One, and then click through the Part Two slideshow for the lighting and costume design.

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