Documentary - Paying tribute to one of the Big Apple's artistic landmarks -- the Amato Opera House -- this hourlong PBS documentary also salutes its spirited founders: Tony Amato and his wife, Sally. Staging full-scale productions from a tiny brownstone, the Amato has served as a launching pad for rising opera stars since 1948. Performance excerpts and interviews with illustrious Amato alumni help chronicle the charming venue's 50-year history. - Sally Amato, Tony Amato
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Soupe Opéra is a children's television programme. It was created in France in the early 1990s, and was aired globally as distant as Australia, originally on free-to-air, non-commercial channel ABC1, but is now shown more commonly on sister channel ABC2 on the ABC 4 Kids lineup.
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