The Opéra de Monte Carlo has updated performance times for its upcoming “Thaïs” due to the new curfew imposed in Monaco.
In a statement, the company said, “due to the evolution of the health situation and recent decisions taken by the Prince’s Government there will be a curfew at 7 p.m. with no possible exceptions. As a result, the four ‘Thais’ presentations will be performed at 2 p.m.
Ticketholders will be contacted to confirm their presence or will be offered a refund or exchange for another performance.
“Thaïs” is set to open on Jan. 22 and will star Marina Rebeka, Ludovic Tezier and Jean-Francois Borras. Jean-Yves Ossonce conducts the first production by Jean-Louis Grinda.
The production runs through Jan. 28. The Monte Carlo Opera next presents a Bel Canto concert and a production of “Le Comte Ory.”