Word: OPERA

The word OPERA has appeared in at least 1174 clues on different crosswords.

OPERA definition(s):

• Any showy, melodramatic or unrealistic production resembing an opera.

• An art form consisting of a dramatic stage performance set to music.

• That that has been made; a product produced or accomplished through the effort or activity or agency of a person or thing.

• a drama set to music; consists of singing with orchestral accompaniment and an orchestral overture and interludes

• (by extension) Any showy, melodramatic or unrealistic production resembing an opera.

• A company dedicated to performing operas.

• A company dedicated to performing such works.

• The score for such a work.

• A theatrical work combining drama, music, song and sometimes dance.

• score

• (music) A theatrical work combining drama, music, song and sometimes dance.

• theatrical work

• a building where musical dramas are performed

• A building designed for the performance of such works; an opera house.

• building

• A single work of the art form opera.

• (music) The score for such a work.

• A building designed for the performance of opera works.

• company

• A collection of work (plural of opus).

Clue(s)
"""... Mahagonny"" is one"
"""A Night at the ___"""
"""A Night at the ___"" (Marx Brothers film)"
"""A Night at the ___"" (Queen album)"
"""Aida"""
"""Aida"" or ""Carmen"""
"""Aida"" or ""Carmen,"" e.g."
"""Aida"" or ""Norma"""
"""Aida"" or ""Tosca"""
"""Aida"" or ""Tosca,"" e.g."
"""Aida"", before Elton"
"""Aida,"" ""Rigoletto"" or ""La Boh
"""Aida,"" e.g."
"""Aida,"" for example"
"""Aida,"" for one"
"""Amahl and the Night Visitors,"" e.g."
"""Anna Bolena"" or ""Anna Nicole"""
"""Anna Nicole,"" for one"
"""Billy Budd"" for one"
"""Billy Budd"" is one"
"""Billy Budd"" or ""Paul Bunyan"""
"""Billy Budd"" or ""Peter Grimes"""
"""Billy Budd,"" e.g."
"""Bluebeard's Castle,"" e.g."
"""Boris Godunov,"" for one"
"""Carmen"" for one"
"""Carmen"" is one"
"""Carmen"" or ""Aida"""
"""Carmen"" or ""Cos
"""Carmen"" or ""Faust"""
"""Carmen"" or ""Norma"""
"""Carmen"" or ""Rigoletto"""
"""Carmen"" or ""Salome"""
"""Carmen"" or
"""Carmen,"" e.g."
"""Carmen,"" for one"
"""Cavalleria Rusticana,"" for one"
"""Cosi Fan Tutte"" is one"
"""Deidamia"" was Handel's last"
"""Der Rosenkavalier,"" for one"
"""Dido and Aeneas,"" for an early English example"
"""Dido and Aeneas,"" for one"
"""Die Fledermaus,"" e.g."
"""Die Fledermaus,"" for one"
"""Die Walkure,"" e.g."
"""Die Walk
"""Doctor Atomic,"" composed by John Adams, is a contemporary one"
"""Don Giovanni"" or ""Don Pasquale"""
"""Don Giovanni"", for one"
"""Don Giovanni,"" e.g."
"""Don Giovanni,"" for example"
"""Don Giovanni,"" for one"
"""Einstein on the Beach,"" e.g."
"""Elektra"" or ""Ernani"""
"""Ernani"" or ""Orfeo"""
"""Ernani,"" e.g."
"""Ernani,"" for one"
"""Euridice"" is one"
"""Euridice"" was the first complete one"
"""Falstaff"" or ""Fidelio"""
"""Falstaff,"" e.g."
"""Falstaff,"" for example"
"""Falstaff,"" for one"
"""Faust"" or ""Don Giovanni"""
"""Faust"" or ""Falstaff"""
"""Faust,"" e.g."
"""Faust,"" for one"
"""Fidelio"""
"""Fidelio"" for one"
"""Fidelio"" is one"
"""Fidelio"" or ""Rigoletto"""
"""Fidelio"" or ""Tosca"""
"""Fidelio"" was Beethoven's only one"
"""Fidelio,"" e.g."
"""Fidelio,"" for example."
"""Fidelio,"" for one"
"""Fidelio."""
"""Genoveva"" was the only one written by Robert Schumann"
"""Girl of the Golden West."""
"""Grand"" music"
"""Hansel und Gretel,"" for one"
"""How wonderful ___ would be if there were no singers"": Rossini"
"""H
"""H
"""I like every kind of music except rap, country, and ___"""
"""Idomeneo,"" e.g."
"""Il Trovatore"" or ""The Rake's Progress"""
"""Il Trovatore,"" e.g."
"""Il Trovatore,"" for one"
"""Jenufa"" is one"
"""L'Africaine,"" e.g."
"""L'Elisir d'Amore"" is one"
"""La Boheme"" or ""The Girl of the Golden West"""
"""La Boheme,"" e.g."
"""La Boheme,"" for example"
"""La Boheme,"" for one"
"""La Boh
"""La Boh
"""La Boh
"""La Boh
"""La Gioconda,"" e.g."
"""La Mer"" or ""Le Cid"""
"""La Rondine"" is one"
"""La Traviata,"" e.g."
"""La Traviata,"" notably"
"""La clemenza di Tito,"" e.g."
"""Lakme,"" e.g."
"""Lakm
"""Lakm
"""Le Coq d'Or,"" e.g."
"""Les Troyens,"" e.g."
"""Lohengrin"" or ""Tannh
"""Lohengrin,"" e.g."
"""Lohengrin,"" for one"
"""Louise"" or ""Norma"""
"""Louise,"" for one"
"""Lucrezia Borgia,"" for one"
"""Luisa Miller,"" e.g."
"""Lulu"" or ""Lakme"""
"""Lulu"" or ""Louise"""
"""Lulu"" or ""Norma"""
"""Lulu"" or ""Wozzeck"""
"""Lulu"" or ""Zaza"""
"""Lulu,"" ""Louise,"" ""Norma,"" or ""Carmen"""
"""Lulu,"" e.g."
"""Lulu,"" for one"
"""Macbeth"" or ""Otello"""
"""Manon"" or ""Mignon"""
"""Manon,"" e.g."
"""Manon,"" for one"
"""Martha"" or ""Louise"""
"""Martha"" or ""Mignon."""
"""Martha"" or ""Norma"""
"""Martha,"" e.g."
"""Nabucco"" is one"
"""Nabucco,"" for one"
"""Nixon in China ""is one"
"""Nixon in China"", e.g."
"""Nixon in China"", for one"
"""Nixon in China,"" e.g."
"""Nixon in China,"" for example"
"""Nixon in China,"" for one"
"""No good ___ plot can be sensible"": W.H. Auden"
"""No good ___ plot can be sensible..."": W. H. Auden"
"""Norma "" for one"
"""Norma"" for one"
"""Norma"" is one"
"""Norma"" or ""Carmen"""
"""Norma"" or ""Louise"""
"""Norma"" or ""Martha"""
"""Norma"" or ""Tosca"""
"""Norma,"" e.g."
"""Norma,"" for one"
"""Oberon"" is one"
"""Oberto"" is one"
"""Of Mice and Men"" became one in 1970"
"""Of all the noises known to man, ___ is the most expensive"": Moliere"
"""Orfeo ed Euridice,"" e.g."
"""Orfeo,"" e.g."
"""Orfeo,"" notably"
"""Otello"" is one"
"""Otello,"" e.g."
"""Otello,"" for one"
"""Pagliacci,"" e.g."
"""Pagliacci,"" for one"
"""Palais Garnier"" event"
"""Parsifal,"" e.g."
"""Peter Grimes"" is one"
"""Peter Grimes"" or ""Porgy and Bess"""
"""Peter Grimes,"" e.g."
"""Peter Grimes,"" for one"
"""Phantom of the ___"""
"""Pique Dame,"" e.g."
"""Porgy and Bess"" or ""Tommy"""
"""Porgy and Bess"", e.g."
"""Porgy and Bess,"" e.g."
"""Porgy and Bess,"" for one"
"""Quadrophenia"": The Who's other rock ___"
"""Rienzi"" or ""Jenufa"""
"""Rigoletto,"" for one"
"""Romeo and Juliet."""
"""Salome"" or ""Elektra"""
"""Salome,"" e.g."
"""Schwanda the Bagpiper,"" e.g."
"""Siegfried,"" e.g."
"""Siegfried,"" for example."
"""Siegfried,"" for one."
"""Simon Boccanegra,"" e.g."
"""Stiffelio"" is one"
"""Tannh
"""Tha
"""The Barber of Seville"", for one"
"""The Barber of Seville,"" e.g."
"""The Bartered Bride,"" e.g."
"""The Bartered Bride."""
"""The Bat"" or ""The Cloak"""
"""The Cloak"" or ""The Bat,"" e.g."
"""The Death of Klinghoffer,"" e.g."
"""The Enchanted Island"" genre"
"""The Girl of the Golden West,"" for one"
"""The Magic Flute"" is one"
"""The Magic Flute"", for one"
"""The Magic Flute,"" e.g."
"""The Magic Flute,"" for example"
"""The Magic Flute,"" for one"
"""The Makropulos Affair,"" for one"
"""The Marriage of Figaro,"" e.g."
"""The Marriage of Figaro,"" for one"
"""The Medium"" or ""The Bat"""
"""The Phantom of the ___"""
"""The Phantom of the ___"" (longest-running Broadway musical of all time)"
"""The Pirates of Penzance,"" notably"
"""The Snow Maiden"", for one"
"""The Tempest"" or ""Otello"""
"""The Three Penny ___"""
"""The Threepenny ___"""
"""Tommy"" is a rock one"
"""Tommy"" or ""Tosca"""
"""Tommy"" was a rock one"
"""Tommy,"" e.g."
"""Tommy,"" for one"
"""Tosca"" or ""Aida"""
"""Tosca"" or ""Pagliacci"""
"""Tosca"" or ""Thais,"" e.g."
"""Tosca"" or ""Tha
"""Tosca,"" ""Aida"" or ""Carmen"""
"""Tosca,"" e.g."
"""Tosca,"" for one"
"""Turandot"" is one"
"""Turandot"" or ""Tosca"""
"""Turandot,"" e.g."
"""Turandot,"" for instance."
"""Turandot,"" for one"
"""Werther,"" for one"
"""What's ___, Doc?"" (cartoon with the line ""Kill the wabbit..."")"
"""What's ___, Doc?"" (classic Bugs Bunny short)"
"""What's ___, Doc?"" (famed Bugs Bunny cartoon)"
"""What's ___, Doc?"": Classic ""Looney Tunes"" short"
"""William Tell"" or ""Falstaff"""
"""William Tell"" or ""Robin Hood"""
"""William Tell,"" e.g."
"""William Tell,"" for one"
"""Wozzeck"" or ""Vanessa"""
"""Wozzeck"" was one"
"""Wozzeck,"" e.g."
"""Wozzeck,"" for instance."
"""Wozzeck,"" for one"
"""Wozzeck,"" for one."
"""Yolanta,"" e.g."
"""Zaza""or ""Lulu"""
"""___ in English is, in the main, just about as sensible as baseball in Italian"": H.L. Mencken"
'Aida' is one
"'Aida,' e.g."
"'Alceste,' e.g."
"'Anna Nicole,' for one"
'Carmen' or 'Norma'
"'Carmen,' e.g."
"'Carmen,' for one"
"'Cavalleria rusticana,' for one"
"'Ernani', e.g."
"'Ernani,' e.g."
"'Fidelio,' e.g."
"'La Gioconda,' for one"
'Louise' or 'Norma'
"'Lucrezia Borgia,' for one"
"'Lulu,' 'Louise,' 'Norma,' or 'Carmen'"
'Nixon in China'
"'Norma,' for one."
"'Orfeo,' e.g."
"'Otello,' e.g."
"'The Barber of Seville,' e.g."
"'The Magic Flute,' for one"
'Tommy' or 'Tannhauser'
'Tommy' or 'Tosca'
"'Tosca,' for one"
"'Turandot,' for one"
'___ has no business making money': Rudolf Bing
*Works
-
... and his field
"<I>Fidelio<I>, for one"
"<I>Marriage of Figaro<I>, e.g."
A Mozart work
Activity for some season ticket holders
"Adams' ""Nixon in China,"" for one"
"Adams's ""Nixon in China,"" e.g."
"Adams's ""Nixon in China,"" for one"
Aesthetic treat.
Aida for one
Aida or Lakme
"Alban Berg's ""Wozzeck,"" e.g."
All singing! No talking!
An aria is part of it
Aria area
Aria setting
"Art form that's Latin for ""works"""
Art form with buffa and seria styles
Australian band Boom Crash ___
"Barber's ""Vanessa,"" for one"
Barry McCauley's forte
Basso's house?
Battle field
Battle field?
Battle vehicle?
Bayreuth offering
Bayreuth production
Beethoven made one
Beethoven wrote just one
Beethoven wrote one
Beethoven wrote only one
"Beethoven's ""Fidelio"" is one"
"Beethoven's ""Fidelio,"" for one"
"Beethoven's ""Fidelio."""
"Beethoven's 'Fidelio', e.g."
"Beethoven's Fidelio, e.g."
"Beggar's, for one"
"Bellini's ""Norma,"" e.g."
"Berlioz's ""Les Troyens,"" e.g."
Bing thing
Bing's specialty.
Bizet creation
Bizet work
Bizet work.
Bizet work?
"Bizet's ""Carmen"" is one"
"Bizet's ""Carmen,"" e.g."
"Bizet's ""The Pearl Fishers,"" for one"
"Bloch's ""Macbeth,"" e.g."
"Boito's ""Mefistofele,"" e.g."
Bolshoi Theater offering
Bolshoi Theatre offering
Bolshoi Theatre production
Bolshoi offering
Bouffe or comique
Bouffe or comique start
Box seat site
Britten creation
"Britten's ""Billy Budd,"" e.g."
"Britten's ""Billy Budd,"" for one"
Broadway phantom's haunt
Buffo's milieu
Butterfly locale?
"Canadian National ___ (producers of ""Tosca"" and ""Norma"", e.g.)"
Cantatrice's genre
Caruso's milieu
Certain phantom's haunt
Certain singer's site
Charpentier creation
Cherubini product
Cherubini work
Collected works
Comic ___
Comic or horse follower
"Comic work, perhaps"
Concern of an impresario
"Copland's ""The Tender Land,"" e.g."
Covent Garden attraction
Covent Garden event
Covent Garden fare
Covent Garden offering
Covent Garden offering.
Covent Garden presentation
Covent Garden production
Covent Garden show
Covent Garden staging
Cultural institution in Paris.
Diva's domain
Diva's place
Diva's realm
Diva's setting
Domingo's domain
Domingo's field
Donizetti creation
Donizetti offering
Donizetti specialty
Donizetti work
Drama at La Scala
Drama set to music
Drama with music
Dramatic musical work
Dramatic work
"Dvorak's ""Rusalka,"" e.g."
"Dvorak's ""Russia,"" e.g."
"Dvor
Each of this puzzle's long Across answers sounds like one
Entertainment featuring an intermezzo
Entertainment form.
Erik haunted one
Event at L.A.'s Dorothy Chandler Pavilion
Event to watch with binoculars
Event where you might get a box
Falstaff e.g.
"Falstaff, e.g."
"Falstaff, for one"
Fat lady's milieu
Field of Battle
Field of buffos
Firefox alternative
Firefox rival
Flagstad's field
Fleming field
Focus of some buffs
Form of entertainment.
"Genre that includes ""Nixon in China"" and ""Doctor Atomic"""
"Gershwin's ""Porgy and Bess,"" e.g."
Giacomo Meyerbeer composition
Giacomo Puccini specialty
Giacomo Puccini's work
Gig for Domingo
Gig for a soprano
Gig for a tenor
Gig for sopranos
Giuseppe Verdi production
Glass piece?
Glass work
Glasses or hat
"Gluck composition, e.g."
Gluck product
Gluck work
Gluck's forte
Gluck's forte.
Gounod production
Gounod's forte
Grammy Award category
Grammy category
Grand ___.
Grand art form
Grand or comic
Grand or horse
Grand or light
Grand or light work
Grand or soap trailer
Grand-
"Handel's ""Deidamia,"" for one"
"Handel's ""Lotario,"" e.g."
"Handel's ""Orlando,"" for one"
Hat or house
Haunt of a certain phantom
High-culture work
Highbrow entertainment
Highbrow musical entertainment
Highbrow musical form
Highbrow show
Highfalutin' art form
Horse ___
"Horse ___ (""Gunsmoke,"" e.g.)"
Horse ___ (western)
Horse ___: oater
Horse follower
Horse or light follower
Horse or soap
Horse or soap follower
"Horse or soap, for example"
Horse trailer
Horse
House type
House where some wear glasses
Impresario's presentation
"Impresario's production, perhaps"
"Impresario's show, perhaps"
It can be grand
It could be grand or rock
It may be comic
It may be comic or grand
It may be light or grand
It may be seria or buffa
It may be watched with binoculars
It might end on a high note
It might not be over until the fat lady sings
It's got a libretto
"It's not over until the fat lady sings, they say"
It's usually grand
Jacopo Peri work
"Jacopo Peri's ""Dafne"" was the first (c. 1597)"
Jan
Jan
Joan Sutherland's field
John Adams production
Juilliard major
Kathleen Battle's bag
Kathleen Battle's field
"Kennedy Center show, sometimes"
Kind of glass or house
Kind of glasses
Kind of glasses or hat
Kind of hat
Kind of hat or glasses
Kind of hat or house
Kind of house
Kind of house or glasses
Kind of house or hat
Kiri Te Kanawa's milieu
"La Boh
La Scala event
La Scala fare
La Scala feature
La Scala offering
La Scala performance
La Scala production
La Scala production.
La Scala show
La Scala staging
La Tosca or La Traviata
Leonie Rysanek's field
Librettist's musical milieu
Libretto subject
Light or horse
Light or horse follower
Like larkspur
Lincoln Center attraction
Lincoln Center offering
Lincoln Center presentation
Lincoln Center production
Lincoln Center show
Lincoln Center treat.
Lincoln Center unit.
"Literally, ""works"""
Locale for lorgnettes
Lohengrin e.g.
Louise or Norma
Luciano's love
Lulu or Louise
Lulu or Zaza
Lyric drama
"Macbeth, e.g."
Marx Brothers locale
Marx Brothers setting
Marxes spent a night there
Mascagni masterpiece
Mascagni product
Massenet offering
Massenet work
Massenet's forte
"Menotti's ""The Consul,"" e.g."
Met doings
Met event
Met fare
Met field
Met happening
Met musical
Met offering
Met performance
Met piece
Met production
Met score
Met shot
Met show
Met showing
Met staging
Met staple
"Met tragedy, maybe?"
"Met tragedy, perhaps?"
Met work
Metropolitan ___ (part of Lincoln Center)
Metropolitan drama.
Metropolitan musical?
Meyerbeer composition
Meyerbeer masterpiece
Meyerbeer product
Meyerbeer's specialty
Mignon e.g.
Milan's special feature.
Milnes milieu
Miss Horne's milieu
Miss Sills's vehicle
Mozart genre
Mozart medium
"Mozart music, maybe"
Mozart offering
Mozart specialty
Mozart work
"Mozart work, often"
"Mozart's ""Cosi Fan Tutte,"" for example"
"Mozart's ""Cosi fan tutte,"" for example"
"Mozart's ""Don Giovanni,"" e.g."
"Mozart's ""Idomeneo,"" e.g."
"Mozart's ""The Magic Flute"" is one"
"Mozart's ""The Magic Flute,"" for instance"
"Mozart's ""The Marriage of Figaro,"" for one"
Music with singing sopranos
Musical art form
Musical drama
Musical extravaganza
Musical genre with its own glasses
Musical melodrama
"Musical melodrama, often"
Musical offering
Musical production
Musical show.
Musical spectacle
Musical work
Musical work that's often not in English
Musical work with arias
Musical works
Musical works.
Nonproduction at 1969 Met.
"Norma, for one"
Numbered works
Occasion for glasses
"Oft-dreaded ""Jeopardy!"" category"
Oft-subtitled performance
One about Jerry Springer debuted in 2003
One may be seen from a box
One may be seen with glasses
One of four in Wagner's Ring Cycle
One of four in Wagner's Ring cycle
Only the best rockers could also sing this
Oratorio relative
"P.D.Q. Bach's ""The Stoned Guest,"" e.g."
Palais Garnier performance
Palais Garnier production
Paris M
Paris cultural center
"Paris landmark (with ""L""')"
"Paris landmark, with ""L'"""
Part of Mozart's art
Passion of a noted phantom
Pavarotti milieu
Pavarotti's passion
Performance at the Met
Performing art.
"Peter E
Phantom milieu?
"Phantom's art form, in a musical's title"
Phantom's baliwick
Phantom's hangout
Phantom's haunt
"Phantom's haunt, on Broadway"
Phantom's haunt?
Phantom's locale
Phantom's passion
"Phantom's place, in a musical title"
Phantom's place?
"Philip Glass's ""Waiting for the Barbarians,"" e.g."
"Philip Glass's 'Einstein on the Beach,' e.g."
Place de l'___.
Place to find a C-note?
Place to see tall headgear
Place to take your glasses
Plural of opus
"Ponchielli's ""La Gioconda,"" e.g."
Popular form of entertainment.
Popular radio broadcast.
Popular radio music.
Popular radio offering.
Popular radio program.
Price milieu
Price offering
Price performance
Price performance?
Price production
Price's metier.
Project for an impresario
Puccini genre
Puccini offering
Puccini performance
Puccini piece
Puccini product
Puccini production
Puccini specialty
Puccini work
"Puccini's ""La Rondine"" or ""Turandot"""
"Puccini's ""Tosca,"" for one"
Puccini's forte
Puccini's medium
"Purcell's ""Dido and Aeneas,"" e.g."
"Queen had a ""Night"" at one."
"Queen: ""A Night at the ___"""
Radio feature.
Radio specialty.
"Ralph Vaughan Williams's ""The Pilgrim's Progress,"" e.g."
Rameau work
Really big show
Reason to buy Met tickets
"Reason to buy Met tickets, perhaps"
Record store section
Record-store section
Ren
"Rimsky-Korsakov's ""Christmas Eve,"" e.g."
Ring part
Rock ___
"Rock ___ (""Tommy,"" for example)"
Rock or horse follower
Rock or soap follower
Rossini composition
Rossini work
"Rossini's ""Guillaume Tell,"" for example"
Rossini's forte.
"Salieri's ""Tarare,"" e.g."
"Salome, e.g."
Salzburg specialty.
Saturday radio treat.
Scarlatti work
Seria or comique preceder
Setting for a 1935 Marx Brothers comedy
Setting for a 1935 Marx Brothers farce
Setting for a Marx Bros. film
Setting for a Marx Brothers farce
Setting for a Marx Brothers film
Setting for a Marx Brothers movie
Setting for an aria
Show at La Scala
Show with a spear-carrier
Show with much singing
Show with singing
Show with sopranos
Show with tunes
Sill's milieu
Singing phantom's haunt
Singspiel
"Singspiel, e.g."
"Smetana's ""The Bartered Bride,"" e.g."
Soap --
Soap ___
Soap ___ (daytime TV show)
Soap or horse
Soap or horse chaser
Soap or horse follower
Soap production
Some people make a big production out of it
Something to see at the Met
Sometimes it's grand
Soprano gig
Soprano's gig
Spear carrier's milieu
Spear carrier's venue
"Spear-carrier's genre, sometimes"
Spear-carrier's performance
Stage fare
Stage fare.
Stage offering
Stage performance
Staged event?
"Strauss's ""Die Fledermaus,"" for one"
Subject of Verdi's attention
"Subject of Wayne Koestenbaum's ""The Queen's Throat"""
Sung drama
Sydney ___ House
Sydney ___ House (Australian attraction on the water)
Sydney ___ House (performing arts center with a revolutionary design)
"Tchaikovsky's ""The Queen of Spades,"" e.g."
Te Kanawa milieu
Teatro La Fenice offering
Teatro San Carlo offering
The Barber of Seville e.g.
"The Kinks ""Preservation Act"" was a rock one"
The Magic Flute e.g.
"The Magic Flute, for one"
The Marx Brothers spent a night there
The Met performance
"The Who's ""Tommy,"" e.g."
"The Who's ""Tommy,"" for instance"
"The Who's ""Tommy,"" for one"
"The works, to Cato"
Theater offering
Theatrical work
Theme of this puzzle
This can be grand
Threepenny entertainment?
Threepenny or horse
Tosca or Norma
"Tough ""Jeopardy!"" category"
Tuneful presentation
Turandot e.g.
Turandot for one
Type of entertainment.
Type of glasses
Type of glasses on a stick
Type of hat
Type of hat or glasses
Type of hat or house
Type of hat.
Type of house or glasses
Type of ticket
Vehicle for Bartoli
Vehicle for Domingo
Venue for Moffo or a buffo
Verdi creation
Verdi forte
Verdi genre
Verdi music
Verdi musical genre
Verdi offering
Verdi opus
Verdi product
Verdi production
Verdi specialty
Verdi work
"Verdi's ""Aida,"" for one"
"Verdi's ""Otello,"" e.g."
Verdi's forte
Verdi's thing
Vienna draw
Vocal house
Wagner composition
Wagner creation
Wagner specialty
Wagner work
"Wagner's ""Die Walk
Wagner's forte
Wagner's forte.
Wagnerian work
"What Broadway's ""Aida"" was not"
What Met tickets might be for
What some see with Met tickets
What the fat lady sings
What the fat lady sings?
Where Otis B. Driftwood spent the night
Where airs are aired
Where glasses may be raised?
Where some divas get a hearing?
Where some metal singers could hang
Where the Marx Bros. spent the night
Where the Marx Brothers spent the night
Where the Marxes spent a night
Where the fat lady sings
Where to catch Met highlights?
"Where to hear ""Bravo!"" and ""Brava!"""
Where to hear an aria
Where to hear high C's
Where to watch with binoculars
Where workers may sing for their supper
Where you might take a lorgnette
Where you might want glasses
"William Tell, for one"
Word after grand or soap
Word after horse or before house
Word after horse or soap
Word after soap or horse
Word after soap or rock
Word after soap or space
Word after space or soap
Word before glass or hat
Word before hat or glasses
Word before house or after horse
"Word with ""glasses"" or ""buff"""
"Word with ""light"" or ""soap"""
"Word with ""rock"" or ""German"""
"Word with ""soap"" or ""grand"""
Word with buff or buffa
Word with glass or house
Word with glasses or buff
Word with grand or soap
Word with hat or house
Word with horse and comic.
Word with horse or rock
Word with horse or soap
Word with light or horse
Word with light or rock
Word with light or space
Word with rock or glasses
Word with soap
Word with soap or grand
Word with soap or horse
Word with soap or space
Word with space or soap
Work at the Met
Work for Moffo or a buffo
Work in a house
Work on a grand scale
Work with a libretto
Work with a score
Work with arias
Work with choruses
Work with subtitles
Workplace where there are many openings
Works
Works in the music business
Works of a sort.
Works.
Works: Lat.
Wozzeck or Otello
"Wozzeck, e.g."
___ box (private area in a theater)
___ buffa
___ buffa.
___ comique.
___ glasses
___ glasses (visual aid on a stick)
___ hats
___ house
e.g.
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Musical drama
Lincoln Center production
Lincoln Center production
Wagner work
”Tosca” or ”Carmen”
Met show
Musical drama
Musical drama
Grammy category
“Macbeth” or “Otello”
"La Boheme" e.g.
Verdi creation
Musical drama
Wagnerian work
Art form
Drama involving a rope
Kind of house or glasses
Sang out of parsonage to Carmen
Buffo's place
Verdi offering
Covent Garden offering
Musical drama
''Rigoletto'' or ''Carmen''
Musical drama
Musical with its own glasses?
Art form
Drama involving a rope
Art form with singing
"Nixon In China," for one
Beethoven's "Fidelio," for one
"Carmen," e.g.
Met performance
Sung story
Purcell's "Dido and Aeneas," e.g.
Gig for a soprano
Carmen Lane isn't in aeroplane
"Aïda," for one
Musical drama
House work?
Musical drama
Rossini creation
''Nixon in China,'' for example
Classical musical drama
The Phantom Of The ...
Soap ____
"Carmen," e.g.
Drama with lots and lots of singing
"Don Giovanni" is one
The Marx Brothers spent a night at one
"Phantom of the ____"
Gig for a soprano
"Phantom of the ____"
Grammy category
Carmen Lane isn't in aeroplane
"Nixon in China," for one
Barber work
Domingo domain
Musical drama
Where you might catch a large-mouthed bass
''The Barber of Seville,'' e.g
Musical drama
"Aida," for one
Make a sketch
Philip Glass' "Einstein on the Beach," e.g.
Puccini work
No gins in Singapore for Madama Butterfly
Grammy category
Person standing guard
Forest in ''As You Like It''
Aida or Carmen
Sydney ___ House
Price performance?
"Nixon in China," for one
"Nixon in China," for one
Turandot or La Boheme
Verdi work
Verdi work
Verdi work
What a composer produces for a long time?
What a composer produces for a long time?
"Thaïs," e.g.
"Thaïs," e.g.
Musical drama
Musical drama
Musical drama
Dramatic stage production
Musical drama
Musical drama
Musical drama
Musical drama
Mozart genre
"Carmen," e.g.
"Carmen," e.g.
A rope trick at Covent Garden?
A rope trick at Covent Garden?
"Carmen" e.g.
"Carmen" e.g.
Covent Garden event
Broadway phantom's haunt
Soap ____
Soap ____
Soap ____
Soap ____
Classical musical drama
Musical drama
Musical drama
Diva's gig
"Phantom of the ____"
"Phantom of the ____"
Spread out removing dust, as this can be dramatic for those singing while they're working
Art form
Drama involving a rope
"Aida," for one
"Aida" for one
Puccini work
Puccini work
Classical musical drama
Puccini work
Verdi work
Verdi work
"Carmen," for one
Musical drama
Classical musical drama
Where the fat lady sings
Musical drama
Musical drama
Musical drama
Musical drama
Drama set to music
"Rigoletto," for one
Art form
Drama involving a rope
Old theatre recalled a musical work
Word following "horse" or "soap"
Soap __ (daytime drama)
"Carmen," e.g.
"Carmen" e.g.
"Ernani," for one
Verdi creation
Met production
Soap ____
Soap ____
Musical drama
"Phantom of the ____"
Art form
Drama involving a rope
Puccini creation
Performance with sopranos
"Aida," for one
Wood joint formed by one or more tenons on one piece that interlock with corresponding mortises in another (8)
Mozart work
Word with horse or soap
Classical musical drama
Ring for an ambulance, primarily for show
Musical, The Phantom Of The ....
Musical drama
Illustrated
Dramatic musical work
Puccini creation
Thing to see at La Scala
Classical musical drama
The Three Tenors forte
Puccini work
Classical musical drama
"The Magic Flute," for one
Classical musical drama
Puccini genre
Musical drama
Verdi work
Art form
Drama involving a rope
Musical drama
Word with soap or horse
Met offering
Musical drama
— cake, layered French dessert also called Clichy cake
The Phantom Of The ...
Musical drama
Maria Callas milieu
"Rigoletto," for one
"Carmen," e.g.
Puccini product
Musical work for sopranos
Drama set to music
Met event
Safari alternative
Tippett's "King Priam," for one
Puccini creation
Art form
Drama involving a rope
Musical drama
Classical musical drama
No gins in Singapore for the drinking song presumably in La Traviata
Wagner work
Musical, The Phantom Of The ....
Theatrical art form
Drama involving a rope
Soap ____
Musical drama
With 84-Down, bit of black attire
"Carmen," e.g.
Donizetti specialty
Gig for a soprano
Diva's realm
Verdi creation
Word after rock or soap
"Phantom of the ____"
"Amahl and the Night Visitors," e.g.
Grammy category
Many a Wagner composition
Musical drama
Puccini genre
Word that can follow the first parts of 17- and 51-Across and 11- and 25-Down
'Madama Butterfly,' for one
"Phantom of the ____"
Where glasses may be raised?
Art form
Drama involving a rope
Musical drama
Barber work
Palais Garnier performance
"Tommy" is one
Verdi creation
Classical musical drama
Wagner specialty
Venue for Leroux's phantom
The Phantom Of The ...
Art form
Drama involving a rope
Word with space or rock
Sung drama
Puccini work
"Aida," for one
Place with bassos
Musical work with arias
Puccini work
Musical drama
Musical drama
Sung drama
Gig for a soprano
Wagner's "Tristan und Isolde," e.g.
Art form
Drama involving a rope
Verdi forte
Musical drama
Classical musical drama
Work often with subtitles
Love for acting in 9 drama
Verdi work
"Tommy" or "Lohengrin"
Musical drama
Musical drama
Singing production
Musical drama
Puccini work
Covent Garden production
"Carmen," e.g.
"Carmen," e.g.
"Nixon in China," for one
Puccini work
Monteverdi work
Soap ____
Type of glasses or hats
"Falstaff" or "Fidelio"
"Satyagraha," for one
"Phantom of the ____"
Art form
Classical musical drama
Sung drama
Phantom's milieu
Musical drama
"Aida," for one
Puccini work
Verdi work
"Carmen" or "Elektra"
Fancy musical
"The Magic Flute," e.g.
Phantom's milieu
Maria Callas milieu
"L'Orfeo" or "Otello"
Met offering
Musical, The Phantom of the ...
Rossini work
Maria Callas milieu
Musical drama
Musical drama
Maria Callas milieu
Sung drama
Musical drama
Art form
Drama involving a rope