Architecture meets stage as designers take to a new canvas

This spring, New Yorkers were lucky to see the work of major architects dabbling in theater. At New York's Metropolitan Opera, a production of Verdi's rarely staged "Attila" was designed by the Swiss architecture team Jacques Herzog and Pierre de Meuron, while at the New York City Ballet, Spanish architect Santiago Calatrava created sets for five new ballets.

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