Holiday Magic at the Met
The Metropolitan Opera celebrates the holidays this year with two spectacular productions that are perfect for audiences of all ages: a brand-new adaptation of Massenet’s Cinderella and the ever-popular family-friendly presentation of Mozart’s The Magic Flute, both abridged and sung in English. Don’t miss your chance to spend the season with the world’s greatest singers on the world’s greatest stage.
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Laurent Pelly’s storybook staging delivers the magic of the classic Cinderella story—fairy godmother, glass slipper, enchanted carriage, and all—with Isabel Leonard as the rags-to-riches princess.
The Magic Flute
Mozart’s timeless fairy tale is a holiday treat for audiences of all ages. A cast of standouts comes together to bring the charming story and brilliant music to life, in Tony Award–winner Julie Taymor’s eye-popping production.
Holiday Family Festival
Find illustrated synopses, coloring pages and activity sheets, and in-depth opera guides for the Met's holiday productions that will help young opera lovers enjoy the adventure and the magic of these operas—before, during, and after the show.
Met Opera on Demand
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