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The Met: Live in HD
Heggie's Dead Man Walking

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Saturday, April 17
1PM - 4:30PM
$23 ($21 Members); $16 Students

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East Hampton, NY 11937 United States
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Overview

American composer Jake Heggie’s contemporary masterpiece—the most widely performed new opera of the last 20 years—has its highly anticipated Met premiere. Based on Sister Helen Prejean’s memoir about her fight for the soul of a condemned murderer, Dead Man Walkingmatches the high drama of its subject with Heggie’s beautiful and poignant music and a brilliant libretto by Tony and Emmy Award–winner Terrence McNally. Met Music Director Yannick Nézet-Séguin is on the podium, with mezzo-soprano Joyce DiDonato starring as Helen Prejean. The outstanding cast also features baritone Etienne Dupuis as the condemned Joseph De Rocher, soprano Latonia Moore as Sister Rose, and legendary mezzo-soprano Susan Graham as De Rocher’s mother.

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All Theater Programming is supported in part by Ellen Myers, Marders, the Daryl & Steven Roth Foundation, and funding from The Ellen and James S. Marcus Endowment for Musical Programming, The Harold and Mimi Steinberg Charitable Trust, Hess Philanthropic Fund, The Melville Straus Family Endowment, The Schaffner Family Foundation, and Vital Projects Fund, with additional support from Brown Harris Stevens, Saunders & Associates, and public funds provided by Suffolk County.
The Met Opera simulcasts at Guild Hall are made possible in part through the generosity of:

Grand Tier: Dr. Ralph Gibson, in memory of Andy Jacobyansky, who generously shared his passion, knowledge and support for the opera. The Ellen and James S. Marcus Endowment for Musical Programming, Phyllis Davis, Howie and Louise Phanstiel, The East Hampton Star, and Norbert Weissberg, in memory of his brother, Dr. Joseph H. Weissberg, a Wagner scholar.

Dress Circle: Maureen Bluedorn, Norma Giorgetti in memory of Mary-Anne Szabaga, Barbara Horgan, Patti Kenner, Judy and Alex Laughlin, Jim Potter, David Seeler and Ngaere Macray, Maryam K. Seley, and Irene and Sidney Silverman.
Balcony Circle: Gabrielle Bamberger, Susan L. Blair, Diane and William Dreher, Harriet Edwards, Jeannette and H. Peter Kriendler Charitable Trust, Ernest Leatherwood, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Robert Osborne, Edward L. Schiff, Anita Sheldon, Veronica Stephens, Mary Stone, Sandra Thorn, and Peter Van Hattum in memory of Harold Simmons.
Family Circle (*Gold): Carolyn and Gioacchino Balducci*, Paulette and Sanford Balsam, Arlene Bujese and Marcel Bally*, Joanne Canary*, Bonnie and Bob Cooperman*, Ann and George Davis, James A. Fox and Martin B. Rapp, Francine Gluckman, Marsha Kranes, Robert F. Luckey, Joan and Walter Marter*, Marjorie A. Ogilvie, Stephen F. Patterson in memory of George W. Stewart, Marcia Previti and Peter Gumpel*, Cornelia and Lawrence Randolph*, Nancy and Murray Skurnik, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Steffan*, and Jane Wood.
Family Circle (*Gold): Carolyn and Gioacchino Balducci*, Paulette and Sanford Balsam, Arlene Bujese and Marcel Bally*, Joanne Canary*, Bonnie and Bob Cooperman*, Ann and George Davis, James A. Fox and Martin B. Rapp, Francine Gluckman, Marsha Kranes, Robert F. Luckey, Joan and Walter Marter*, Marjorie A. Ogilvie, Marcia Previti and Peter Gumpel*, Cornelia and Lawrence Randolph*, Nancy and Murray Skurnik, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Steffan*, and Jane Wood.
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