Source: The New York Times

NYCO Renaissance’s plan to revive the late New York City Opera has been met with questions from the New York State Attorney General’s office about whether or not the new company would feasibly survive beyond a few years, writes the New York Times.

In its official filing, the office questions the viability of the company’s “rosy projections of high donations and low expenses” and ability to spend less money on marketing and advertising than other, similarly sized companies.

A lawyer for NYCO Renaissance said they firmly believe in the viability of their plan and would respond to the state’s concerns later this week.

The group still plans to go forward with its production of “Tosca” at the Rose Theater at Jazz at Lincoln Center from Jan. 20 to 24.

Read full story at: The New York Times

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