USCB Center for the Arts announces a spectacular season of Met Opera Live in HD. Tickets for the entire season will be go on sale September 8, 2021 at

This season is abundant with new productions as well as the Met premiere of Terence Blanchard’s Fire Shut Up in My Bones, based on the memoir by Charles M. Blow. The opera will be conducted by Maestro Nézet-Séguin and will star Angel Blue, Latonia Moore, and Will Liverman. Fire Shut Up in My Bones will be co-directed by James Robinson and Camille A. Brown, building on their collaboration with The Gershwins’ Porgy and Bess in the 2019–20 season. Brown becomes the first Black director in Met history to create a mainstage production; she is also the production’s choreographer.

The three new productions come from returning directors: Mary Zimmerman will direct the Met premiere of Eurydice, Bartlett Sher will direct the new Rigoletto, and Sir David McVicar is back for Don Carlos. Lucia di Lammermoor will see the highly anticipated Met debut of director Simon Stone. Neil Armfield also debuts, bringing to the Met his acclaimed Glyndebourne Festival production of Dean’s Hamlet.

In addition to these new productions, the Met will offer an abridged, English-language holiday presentation of Cinderella, an adaptation of Laurent Pelly’s witty 2018 production of Massenet’s Cendrillon, with a new translation by Kelley Rourke.

The Met: Live in HD 2021/22 Schedule at USCB Center for the Arts

The 2021–22 Live in HD season opens on October 9, 2021, with Boris Godunov and continues with Fire Shut Up in My Bones (October 23, 2021), Eurydice (December 4, 2021),Cinderella (Encore-January 15, 2022), Rigoletto (January 29, 2022), Ariadne auf Naxos(March 12, 2022), Don Carlos (March 26, 2022), Turandot (May 7, 2022), Lucia di Lammermoor (May 21, 2022), and Hamlet (June 4, 2022).

All performances begin at 12:55pm

TICKETS: Adults $22 / OLLI Members $20

Full Season Package $198.00

Tickets may be purchased in advance online at or by calling 843-521-4145. Tickets are also available at the door prior to the performance.

The Met: Live in HD series is made possible by a generous grant from its founding sponsor, Neubauer Family Foundation. Digital support of The Met: Live in HD is provided by Bloomberg Philanthropies. The Met: Live in HD series is supported by Rolex. Transmission of The Met: Live in HD in Canada is made possible thanks to the generosity of Jacqueline Desmarais, in memory of Paul G. Desmarais Sr. The HD Broadcasts are supported by Toll Brothers, America’s luxury home builder.