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The New York Metropolitan Opera

The New York Metropolitan Opera

The Opera? At a movie theater?
That's right! The Palace 9 is pleased to be presenting the broadcast in glorious High Definition right from the Metropolitan Opera in New York City straight to our silver screen.

2013-14 Season:

The Metropolitan Opera's Emmy and Peabody award-winning series of live, high-definition performance transmissions returns this fall. The eigth season of The Met: Live in HD begins with Eugene Onegin on Saturday, October 5th and will feature 10 live and 10 encore presentations through May 2014.

All live events take place on Saturdays. In addition to the live events, encore performances will be exhibited the following Wednesday after the respective live event.

The full schedule of events follows below.

Tickets Now on Sale!

    The Metroplitan Opera 2013-2014 Season (LIVE)

    May 2014

  • May 10 | 12:55pm: La Cenerentola (Live)

    Approx Runtime: 3 hrs 40 min| More Information
    Online Ticketing: Click Here | Adult $24 Senior $22

  • May 14 | 6:30pm: La Cenerentola (ENCORE)

    Approx Runtime: 3 hrs 40 min| More Information
    Online Ticketing: Click Here | $18 All Seats

  • Summer 2014 Met Summer Encore Series

  • June 18 | 7:00pm: Rigoletto (ENCORE)

    Approx Runtime: 2 hrs 30 min| More Information
    Online Ticketing: Click Here | $TBD All Seats

  • June 25 | 7:00pm: Rondine (ENCORE)

    Approx Runtime: 2 hrs 0 min| More Information
    Online Ticketing: Click Here | $TBD All Seats

  • July 8 | 7:00pm: Otello (ENCORE)

    Approx Runtime: 2 hrs 50 min| More Information
    Online Ticketing: Click Here | $TBD All Seats

  • July 16 | 7:00pm: The Enchanted Island (ENCORE)

    Approx Runtime: 3 hrs 15 min| More Information
    Online Ticketing: Click Here | $TBD All Seats

Please note our Opera Policies:

Online TicketPpurchases:
Please be advised when you buy tickets online, there is a non-refundable service charge of $1.00 per ticket.  After purchasing them online, you must bring with you to the theater either the credit card you used to make the purchaser, OR the printed reciept (with bar code) for us to scan and present these materials at box office in order to get your tickets. 

If your card is compromised or unavailable, please present us with the card number (whether active or inactive - this will allow us to retrieve your tickets). At the time of pick-up, please be sure to advise our staff that you are picking up tickets that you have already purchased online.

To buy tickets online, simply follow this link, then navigate to the date of the performance you wish to purchase tickets for using the drop down list at the top of the page. Click the showtime and proceed to follow the on screen directions.

Phone sales:
This year we will be accepting purchases over the phone again!  Simply call our theater at (802) 660-9300 during any of operational hours and request to speak with a manager about purchasing opera tickets. 

Please be aware that there will be a non-refundable $3.00 service charge per ticket for sales over the phone.  You have the option of either picking the tickets up at the theater at anytime, or having them mailed to you.  Visa, Mastercard and Discover are the only forms of over-the-phone payments we accept.

Day of Opera:
Doors open one hour prior to the all live performances, unless our regular film schedule nessesitates opening earlier. Seating for encore performances generally occurs half an hour prior to the performance. 

Seats are first come, first serve, no exceptions and NO person will be admitted without a ticket.

Refund policy
Opera tickets are not refundable but unused tickets may be applied towards the ensuing encore performance of an opera which will now occur on every Wednesday following the live performance.

If you would like to exchange your ticket to another performance you must do so at least 30 minutes prior to the main show.  If you are unable to exchange tickets in person please contact us (802-660-9300) to make arrangements so we may open the seat to another person.

Did you know?
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Pricing Information

The Met Opera
2012-2013 Season:
(62 Years +)

Palace 9 Movie and Season Passes will NOT be accepted for admission to Opera performances.

An internet service charge of $1.00 is applied to each ticket purchased online. A phone service charge is of $3.00 is applied to each ticket purchsed over-the-phone.

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