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Met Opera Fires Stage Director For 'Inappropriate Behavior In The Rehearsal Room'

"[John] Copley, 84, has been one of the opera world's foremost directors for decades. He was at the Met directing a revival of his 1990 production of Rossini's Semiramide when a member of the chorus reported that Mr. Copley had made him uncomfortable at a rehearsal on Monday with a sexually charged remark, according to […]
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