Oper Frankfurt Removes COVID Restrictions

By Francisco Salazar

The Oper Frankfurt has announced that there will no longer be coronavirus controls for those attending performances with the company.

The opera house noted that beginning April 2, audience members will no longer have to wear a masks unless they wanted to.

Oper Frankfurt added, “all guests just have to be sensible and not come to the theatre or go to any mixed gathering if they are not feeling well.”

The opera house is set to open a new production of “Fedora” with Nadja Stefanoff and Jonathan Tetelman and will revive a production of “Lohengrin” with a cast led by AJ Glueckert, Rachel Willis-Sørensen, Wolfgang Koch, and Miina-Liisa Värelä.