An opera company in distress would be forgiven for over-dramatizing its plight in the hopes of finding a financial rescuer. But with barely a whimper, Opera Boston - the city’s second largest opera company - announced last week that it was closing its doors as if it were nothing more than the corner sub shop. It’s a tragedy that such a cultural institution could be dissolved with such lack of insight and so little transparency.
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