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Figaro's Simultext® seatback system has been installed at the following locations, among others:

The Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts

Location   Kansas CIty, Missouri, USA 
Monitors   1800 monitors 
 Operational   2011 

Teatro Pérez Galdós

Location   Las Palmas de Gran Canaria 
Monitors   400 monitors 
 Operational   2007 

Ellie Caulkins Opera House

Location   Denver, Colorado, USA 
Monitors   2300 monitors 
 Operational   2005 

Teatro alla Scala

Location   Milano, Italy 
Monitors   1840 monitors 
 Operational   2004 

Royal Opera House

Location   Covent Garden, London, UK 
Monitors   800 monitors 
 Operational   2003 

La Scala’s Teatro degli Arcimboldi

Location   Milano, Italy 
Monitors   2,400 monitors 
 Operational   2002 

Gran Teatre del Liceu

Location   Barcelona, Spain 
Monitors   2,274 monitors 
 Operational   2002 

Wiener Staatsoper

Location   Wien, Austria 
Monitors   2,200 monitors 
 Operational   2001 

The Santa Fe Opera

Location   Santa Fe, New Mexico, USA 
Monitors   2,400 monitors 
 Operational   1998 

The Metropolitan Opera

The Met employs Figaro’s in-Ovation® software as part of Met Titles.

“Figaro's titling system has elevated our new home, the Ellie Caulkins Opera House, to a state-of-the-art theatre. Our audiences are now wonderfully spoiled and their opera-going experience is world class thanks to this feature. It's hard to imagine any new or renovated theatre without Figaro.”
James Robinson, Artistic Director of Opera Colorado
Maestro Ricardo Muti, "They [Figaro's seatback displays] aren’t subtitles or surtitles. Instead, the display is a modern version of the libretto. Much in the way an opera afficionado follows the opera score with a small flashlight. In addition, they are a democratic means: you can decide to keep them on or turn them off.”
Il Giornale 8 December 2002, p23 Il maestro: “Prima della cultura ci sono I drammi della vita”