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George Steel on Trying to Save City Opera: ‘It Almost Worked’
“I discovered that the company was in much worse shape than I had understood.”
Justin Davidson on New York City Opera’s Last-Chance Season
The company has four chances to save itself.
Davidson on New York City Opera’s Pivotal, Newly Announced Season
This short-order season is a taut demonstration of what’s made this company so indispensable.
George Steel Already Here, General Managing at City Opera
Steel’s official start date may be February 1, but he’s not wasting any time in Dallas.
Exclusive: George Steel to Be Named General Manager of New York City Opera
The announcement could come as early as this evening, two sources with insider knowledge of the situation told Vulture today.
Has New York City Opera Found Its New Director?
A former executive director of NYCO says the embattled company will appoint George Steel, the former director of Columbia University’s Miller Theater, to the position.