The tale of a singing whale
SPOILER ALERT: The whale does not have a singing part in the upcoming production of Moby-Dick. If you’re disappointed to hear that, you’re not alone. To make it up to you, you can get your fix of opera-singing marine mammals in “The Whale Who Wanted to Sing at The Met.”
In this tragic tale, Willie (the operatic whale) is no ordinary ocean-dwelling creature. He can sing tenor, bass, and baritone. What ensues includes all the music, mischief, and drama we love in all of our operas.
If you can get by with our regular, human singers, get your tickets to see Moby-Dick here.