New York City is home to one of the biggest movie houses in the world, the Manhattan Playhouse.
But there’s one thing that’s missing from its marquee: an opera house.
That’s because New York has no opera houses, according to the International Alliance of Opera Houses (IAO), the world’s largest nonprofit organization representing the opera industry.
But it’s not just New York.
The list of cities with no opera theaters is endless, from the Philippines to India.
And with each new opera house, there’s more opportunity to be the first in line for an opera.
Here’s what you need to know about opera in the United States.
There are no operas in New York State There are only about 300 operas at the New York Public Library, and even that number has shrunk over the past decade, due in part to a new law mandating that all operas be screened on-site and in-person.
There aren’t any opera houses in New Jersey or New York, but there are a handful of smaller ones scattered throughout the country.
There’s even a tiny opera house in a village in northern New Mexico.
The only operas that can be performed in New Mexico are ones from the country’s larger theater, which has more than 400 performances a year.
The largest opera houses are located in the states of California, Nevada, and Utah, which is why opera is a big part of the culture in those areas.
But not all operatic cultures welcome opera.
There is one small, rural town in New Hampshire that has a local opera house that is dedicated to opera, called St. John’s Opera.
There, you can see a dozen or so performances a week.
The town of Granite Falls, New Hampshire, is home of the only small opera house on the West Coast.
Opera is a diverse artform in New England and beyond The New England region, which includes Massachusetts, Vermont, and Maine, is the epicenter of opera in America.
But New York is a relatively small place compared to other American cities, including Los Angeles, New Orleans, and Washington, D.C. The region has some of the countrys largest opera companies, including the New Orleans Opera, New York Opera, and the New Haven Opera.
But while the larger opera companies in New Orleans and New York are owned by larger companies, there are smaller regional opera houses that are owned and run by individual artists.
These smaller opera houses include New England Opera in New Haven, Connecticut, the New London Opera, in New London, Connecticut; and the Schenectady Opera, located in Schenectionady, New Jersey.
There isn’t one opera company in the New England area that is a national or even international powerhouse.
There used to be an opera theater in New Zealand’s capital Wellington Opera house is one of three New Zealand operas to have a permanent theater.
The other two are the Wellington Theatre, in Wellington, and New Plymouth Opera House, in Christchurch.
New Plymouth was once home to the New Plymouth International Opera Company, but closed in 2004, after a dispute with a local town.
The theater in Wellington opened in 1972 and was one of several in the city.
The Wellington Theater also has a small, independent theater in a former school.
It’s been the home of New Plymouth opera since 1969, when the New Zealand government put in a temporary stage to show plays.
There were several opera theaters in New South Wales in the 1800s and early 1900s There were no operatic theaters in the Victorian era in New Spain until 1901, when an opera company started up in the town of Santa Rosa.
By that time, opera had already spread throughout New Spain, and there were dozens of independent opera houses.
Today, there aren’t even any opera theaters left in New Southwest, Arizona, California, or New Mexico, though there are several small theaters.
In Arizona, there is the Santa Maria Theater, located on the University of Arizona campus.
The Santa Maria is also the only theater in Santa Barbara, where the San Juan Opera, one of Arizona’s oldest operas, performs.
In New Mexico there’s the Santa Fe Opera, which opened in 1926 and has played its last show.
The first opera theater was in the Dominican Republic The first Latin American opera house was founded in the southern Dominican Republic in 1882.
The last Latin American theater in Mexico was in 1887.
The earliest Latin American operas performed in Mexico were in the late 18th century, but the country has only two opera houses left.
The El Gordo Opera House in Mexico City is the oldest in the country and is still performing shows.
It was the only Latin American theatre in Mexico until it closed in 1999, after more than a century of performing Latin American music.
The Dominican Republic has a few opera houses but most are small and have few opera artists.
The La Marquesa Opera House was founded by