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opera house

a theatre designed for opera

Opera house

A theater intended primarily for the performance of opera.

opera house

A theater intended primarily for the public performance of operas.
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The Opera House, a glamorous structure built on a plot of 80,000 square metres, shares the grounds with a small theatre, restaurants, and luxury shops, with at least half the area designated for gardens.
Carmen in 3D is a co-production by RealD and the Royal Opera House, filmed in 3D during live performances at the Royal Opera House, the feature film event depicts director Francesca Zambello's interpretation of the opera classic and is directed for cinema by Julian Napier and produced by Phil Streather.
The brief may have been for an Italian opera house, but the building itself will not look at all out of place.
The opera house has scheduled a performance for the Egyptian singer Muhammad Munir mid-February.
As well as the Opera House, his other major projects included his Danish home and the Kuwait National Assembly (1972).
Talks are ongoing between Manchester City Council and the Royal Opera House in Covent Garden about whether a "national opera centre" could be the answer to regenerating the east of the city.
In another volunteer, a single neuron charged up only in response to pictures of the Sydney Opera House, the words Sydney Opera, and an image of a religious temple that the volunteer thought was the Sydney Opera House.
Minnie Driver, who plays the show's opera house diva, believes the choice for Christine is simple.
Dallas has a new opera house in the pipeline from Sit Norman Foster and St Petersburg a second Marinsky Theatre in the shape of a huge golden sack on the banks of the Neva, by the architect Dominique Perrault.
1867: The building opened on September 18 as The Tyne Theatre and Opera House.
Drama returns to Newcastle Opera House tonight, with a smash hit comedy.