OPERA is an answer for the NYT Crossword puzzle. Here you can get the history and usage for OPERA in NYT Crossword from 1994.

This "OPERA" answer was first appeared in "29 Nov 1993" NYT Crossword for the hint of "“Faust,” for one". It was authored by Sidney L. Robbins. Recently, the "OPERA" answer has been used for "16 Nov 2023" NYT Crossword for the hint of "“Otello,” for one". It was authored by Paolo Pasco. "OPERA" appeared 221 times in Shortz Era puzzles. So lets take a look for clue and answer history of "OPERA" word.

Date Grid Clue Author
16 Nov 2023 28A “Otello,” for one Paolo Pasco
9 Nov 2023 62A Love of Charles Foster Kane in “Citizen Kane” Simeon Seigel
5 Oct 2023 16A Where there is “too much singing,” per Debussy Daniel Bodily
21 Sep 2023 13A Entertainment one might view from a box Dan Caprera
24 Jul 2023 52D “The Magic Flute,” e.g. John Ewbank
2 Jan 2023 2D “La Bohème” or “La Traviata” Seth Bisen-Hersh
21 Dec 2022 24D Field for Maria Callas Nancy Stark and Will Nediger
9 Dec 2022 65A “Il Trovatore,” for one Brooke Husic and Hoang-Kim Vu
5 Dec 2022 44A “Aida” or “Lohengrin” Tracy Gray
5 Nov 2022 45A Met for a few hours in the evening? John Westwig
18 Oct 2022 26D John Adams’s “Nixon in China,” for one Dan Schoenholz
5 Oct 2022 52A Word with rock or soap Jason Reich
22 Jun 2022 7D Work from Bellini or Rossini Kate Hawkins
17 Jun 2022 49D Word with light or space Pao Roy
27 May 2022 58A Kind of cake with layers of coffee and chocolate David Distenfeld
22 May 2022 101D Best ___ Recording (Grammy category) David and Karen and Paul Steinberg
10 Apr 2022 22A Word with box or gloves David W. Tuffs
25 Jan 2022 9A “Fidelio” is Beethoven’s only one Ray Brunsberg and Ellen Brunsberg
22 Nov 2021 64A “Tosca” or “Turandot” Stella Zawistowski
15 Nov 2021 43A They say this “ain’t over until the fat lady sings” Ian Rathkey
8 Nov 2021 62A “Carmen” or “Elektra” Carl Larson
27 Oct 2021 15A Unsuk Chin’s “Alice in Wonderland,” for one Johanna Fenimore
19 Sep 2021 103D Literally, “works” Peter Gordon
29 Aug 2021 82D “What’s ___, Doc?” (old Bugs Bunny short) Dory Mintz
9 Aug 2021 16A “The Phantom of the ___” Alex Eaton-Salners
5 Aug 2021 15A Grammy category Adam Wagner
4 May 2021 28A “La Bohème,” for one Nina Sloan
14 Apr 2021 16A “The Barber of Seville,” e.g. Nathan Hasegawa
21 Feb 2021 11D Where trills provide thrills Matthew Stock
16 Aug 2020 3D “Einstein on the Beach,” e.g. Francis Heaney
6 Apr 2020 49D “Madama Butterfly,” for one Andrea Carla Michaels and Brian Thomas
19 Feb 2020 12D “Don Giovanni,” e.g. Alex Eaton-Salners
1 Feb 2020 29A Covent Garden offering Mark Diehl
29 Jan 2020 48D “La Traviata,” for one Jeremy Newton
13 Dec 2019 16A Works Leslie Rogers
4 Dec 2019 23A Where the Marx Brothers famously spent a night Evan Mahnken
16 Sep 2019 38A Genre for Puccini and Ponchielli Amanda Rafkin and Ross Trudeau
27 Jun 2019 41D Work of Bellini or Gounod Hoang-Kim Vu
13 Apr 2019 14A “___ in English is, in the main, just about as sensible as baseball in Italian”: H. L. Mencken Debbie Ellerin
24 Jan 2019 44A Unlikely source of a Top 40 song Stu Ockman
8 Dec 2018 2D Word with light or rock Trenton Charlson and David Steinberg
6 Aug 2018 32D “The Magic Flute,” for one Andrea Carla Michaels and Mark Diehl
30 Jul 2018 66A Met performance Gary Cee
13 Jun 2018 16A “Lakmé” or “Lohengrin” Michael Hawkins
10 Feb 2018 13D Word with space or rock Finn Vigeland
1 Jan 2018 5D “Madama Butterfly,” for one Matthew Sewell
10 Dec 2017 102D With 84-Down, bit of black attire Erik Agard and Laura Braunstein
7 Mar 2017 12D Sydney ___ House Freddie Cheng
26 Feb 2017 71A Grammy category Josh Knapp
18 Dec 2016 17D The Marx Brothers spent a night at one Derrick Niederman
13 Sep 2016 15A “Macbeth” or “Otello” Stanley Newman
8 Sep 2016 55D Grammy category Joanne Sullivan
30 Jun 2016 29D “Porgy and Bess,” e.g. Jonathan M. Kaye
5 May 2016 57A Soap ___ David Poole
14 Apr 2016 15A Space ___ Jason Flinn
1 Feb 2016 28D “Carmen” or “Rigoletto” Gary Cee
26 Nov 2015 34D “What’s ___, Doc?” (classic Bugs Bunny short) Ed Sessa
11 Nov 2015 66A Alban Berg’s “Wozzeck,” e.g. David Steinberg
30 Sep 2015 2D “Cavalleria Rusticana,” for one Freddie Cheng
14 Sep 2015 42A “Don Giovanni” or “Don Pasquale” Zhouqin Burnikel
30 Aug 2015 21A Word with light or horse Lee Taylor
10 Aug 2015 51D La Scala offering C. W. Stewart
12 Apr 2015 31D Setting for a Marx Brothers farce Jeff Chen
28 Feb 2015 16A “Bluebeard’s Castle,” e.g. Barry C. Silk
19 Nov 2014 59D Record store section Jacob Stulberg
26 Oct 2014 45A “Siegfried,” e.g. Caleb Emmons
26 Jul 2014 25D Horse ___ Julian Lim
18 Jun 2014 33A Where to hear “Bravo!” and “Brava!” Amy Johnson
14 Dec 2013 41D 25-Down, for one Martin Ashwood-Smith
5 Nov 2013 4A Boito’s “Mefistofele,” e.g. Paula Gamache
27 Sep 2013 31D Grammy category Peter A. Collins
22 Sep 2013 112A Covent Garden performance Mike Selinker
2 Sep 2013 8D “Der Rosenkavalier,” for one Jim Peredo
28 Jul 2013 4D “L’Africaine,” e.g. Andrew Reynolds
16 Jun 2013 15D *Works Mel Rosen
10 Jun 2013 55A “La Bohème” or “La Traviata” Zhouqin Burnikel
17 Mar 2013 2D Setting for a 1935 Marx Brothers comedy J. R. Leopold
13 Mar 2013 64A Each of this puzzle’s long Across answers sounds like one Joe DiPietro
2 Nov 2012 16A High-culture work Derek Bowman
24 Oct 2012 62A Kind of glasses Ian Livengood
28 May 2012 16A “William Tell,” for one Kurt Mueller
27 May 2012 110A See 108-Across Byron Walden
9 May 2012 11D Strauss’s “Die Fledermaus,” for one Eshan Mitra
1 May 2012 14A “Falstaff” or “Fidelio” Zoe Wheeler and Aimee Lucido
13 Oct 2011 28D “Anna Bolena” or “Anna Nicole” John Farmer
19 Aug 2011 45D “No good ___ plot can be sensible …”: W. H. Auden Patrick Berry
28 Jul 2011 53A Record store section Alan Arbesfeld
1 Jun 2011 15D “The Makropulos Affair,” for one Elizabeth C. Gorski
19 Dec 2010 50D Lincoln Center production Kevin G. Der
21 Sep 2010 55D Word with grand or soap Adam G. Perl
12 Sep 2010 113A Works in the music business Paula Gamache
20 Jul 2010 22D Setting for a Marx Brothers farce Ed Sessa
28 May 2010 51D Work on a grand scale Joe Krozel
31 Mar 2010 50D Teatro La Fenice offering Chuck Deodene
26 Oct 2009 14A “Tosca,” for one Mike Nothnagel
1 Sep 2009 14A Musical work that’s often not in English Steven Ginzburg
2 Jun 2009 45D Wagner composition Patrick Blindauer
19 Apr 2009 65D “Nixon in China,” for one Will Nediger
8 Feb 2009 39A Price production Alan Arbesfeld
13 Dec 2008 24D Work with choruses Frank Longo
20 Oct 2008 3D Puccini production Daniel Raymon
14 Jul 2008 63A “Tosca” or “Thaïs” Ed Early
26 Jan 2008 2D Glass work Karen M. Tracey
28 Dec 2007 26A Place to find a C-note? John Farmer
2 Oct 2007 28D “La Traviata,” e.g. Oliver Hill
29 Sep 2007 45D See 29-Down Robert H. Wolfe
22 Aug 2007 35A Paris Métro station next to a music center Patrick Blindauer
6 Jun 2007 45A Lincoln Center offering Richard Silvestri
3 Jun 2007 18D “Idomeneo,” e.g. Kelsey Blakley
28 Mar 2007 16A Numbered works Burton Clemans
26 Mar 2007 14A “Faust” or “Don Giovanni” Eric Fischer
18 Dec 2006 42A Plural of 21-Across Donna Levin
28 Oct 2006 44A Word with light or rock David Quarfoot
19 Oct 2006 12D Activity for some season ticket holders Raymond C. Young
20 Aug 2006 5A “Dido and Aeneas,” for an early English example Richard Silvestri
18 Aug 2006 44D Word with light or horse Joe DiPietro
3 Aug 2006 50D Puccini production Nancy Salomon
19 Jun 2006 19A Musical work featuring 3-Down Raymond Hamel
19 Apr 2006 66A 6-Across, e.g. Lee Glickstein and Nancy Salomon
17 Jan 2006 24D La Scala production Nancy Salomon
8 Dec 2005 44A Phantom’s haunt David Pringle
22 Nov 2005 14A “Fidelio,” for one Nancy Salomon
14 Nov 2005 20A Met production Marjorie Berg
22 Jun 2005 51D “Martha” or “Norma” Verna Suit
19 Jun 2005 63D Bizet work Manny Nosowsky
8 Apr 2005 46A Bizet work Manny Nosowsky
3 Aug 2004 6A Gounod production Roy Leban
13 Jun 2004 68A Where you might take a lorgnette Richard Silvestri
8 Jun 2004 67A Met offering Ed Early
31 May 2004 33D “La Bohème,” e.g. Gregory E. Paul
27 Apr 2004 55A Met offering Janet R. Bender
22 Apr 2004 21A Word with buff or buffa Daniel C. Bryant
27 Jan 2004 8D “Il Trovatore,” e.g. Randall J. Hartman
29 Oct 2003 36A Sydney ___ House Manny Nosowsky
11 Apr 2003 52D “Nixon in China,” for one Elizabeth C. Gorski
30 Dec 2002 35D “Tosca,” e.g. Gregory E. Paul
27 Nov 2002 14A “William Tell,” e.g. Ron O’Hair
20 Jul 2002 14A Setting for a 1935 Marx Brothers farce Dana Motley
15 Jul 2002 64A Wagner work John Leavy
23 Jun 2002 67D Works Eric Berlin
17 Apr 2002 52D “Norma,” for one Richard Silvestri
11 Jan 2002 3D Works Mark Diehl
27 Nov 2001 47D Kiri Te Kanawa’s milieu Ed Early
22 Oct 2001 14A Where to hear an aria Denise Neuendorf
12 Sep 2001 14A Collected works Philip Lew
22 Aug 2001 51D 14-Across, e.g. Brendan Emmett Quigley
6 Aug 2001 42A “Pagliacci,” e.g. Bernice Gordon
30 Jul 2001 16A “La Bohème,” e.g. Nancy Kavanaugh
18 Jul 2001 15A Rameau work Elizabeth C. Gorski
4 Mar 2001 96D Field of Battle Cathy Millhauser
29 Jan 2001 47D “Faust,” e.g. Sarah Keller
25 Dec 2000 15A Met offering Adam G. Perl
19 Nov 2000 100D Theater offering Cathy Millhauser
26 Oct 2000 54D “Wozzeck,” e.g. Patrick Berry
17 Oct 2000 59A La Scala offering Peter Gordon
3 Oct 2000 11D See 21-Across Todd McClary
11 Sep 2000 66A “The Magic Flute,” e.g. Gregory E. Paul
28 Aug 2000 12D “Lohengrin,” e.g. Richard Hughes
14 Jul 2000 25D 35-Down, for one Brendan Emmett Quigley
20 May 2000 6D Comic ___ Rich Norris
14 May 2000 54D Kind of glasses Bill Zais and Nancy Salomon
24 Apr 2000 20A Where to hear an aria Peter Gordon
3 Apr 2000 25D Where to hear a 14-Across Gregory E. Paul
29 Mar 2000 55A What the fat lady sings? Peter Gordon
20 Mar 2000 18A Verdi work Gregory E. Paul
29 Nov 1999 16A “Don Giovanni,” for example Richard Chisholm
18 Oct 1999 48D “Carmen,” e.g. Nancy Salomon and Karen Riekert
6 Sep 1999 3D “Lohengrin,” e.g. Manny Nosowsky
8 Aug 1999 34D “Hänsel und Gretel,” e.g. Brendan Emmett Quigley
21 Jul 1999 63A Part of Mozart’s art Noah Dephoure
21 Jun 1999 17A Word after grand or soap Gregory E. Paul
14 Apr 1999 54A La Scala offering Alan Arbesfeld
27 Jul 1998 50D “The Barber of Seville,” e.g. Steven Picus
29 Jun 1998 15A “The Barber of Seville,” e.g. Gregory E. Paul
9 Mar 1998 9A “Falstaff” or “Fidelio” Randall J. Hartman
26 Feb 1998 15A Work for Moffo or a buffo Lois Sidway
28 Jan 1998 61A Paris landmark, with “L'” Mark Gottlieb
4 Jan 1998 97D Aria area Mark Danna
30 Oct 1997 25D Field of buffos Cathy Millhauser
13 Oct 1997 22D “La Bohème,” e.g. Gregory E. Paul
17 Aug 1997 66D Kind of hat or house Cathy Millhauser
15 Jul 1997 10D “Don Giovanni,” for one Frank Longo
16 Apr 1997 14A “Otello,” e.g. Brendan Emmett Quigley
12 Jan 1997 11A 16-Down, for one M. Rosen
18 Dec 1996 16A Mozart offering M. W. Perry
15 Dec 1996 120A Paris cultural center R. Ross
2 Dec 1996 2D Soap ___ D. L. Wilk
29 Nov 1996 6D Beethoven wrote just one B. White
24 Nov 1996 15D “Lulu,” e.g. M. Jacobson
8 Nov 1996 4D “Orfeo,” e.g. M. Gaffney
24 Sep 1996 6D “Pagliacci,” for one S. Spadaccini
19 Sep 1996 61A La Scala production W. S. Cotter
23 Jul 1996 11D Donizetti work G. E. Paul
25 Jun 1996 50A “Pagliacci,” e.g. Randall J. Hartman
3 Jun 1996 8D “Tosca” or “Thais,” e.g. S. L. Robbins
12 May 1996 23A Gig for Domingo R. Silvestri
1 May 1996 40D La Scala performance F. Piscop
24 Apr 1996 52D “Ernani,” e.g. G. Dean
12 Apr 1996 2D Battle field? M. Nosowsky
21 Feb 1996 28D “Le Coq d’Or,” e.g. F. & L. Sabin
5 Feb 1996 64A Met offering Robert Katz
4 Feb 1996 71D Milieu of 99-Down D. J. Kahn
11 Jan 1996 19A “Thaïs,” e.g. B. Jorgensen
4 Jan 1996 8D “Lulu,” e.g. F. & L. Sabin
5 Jul 1995 47D Output of 42 Down Norman S. Wizer
8 May 1995 38A “Carmen,” e.g. Deborah Trombley
12 Apr 1995 29D Dvorak’s “Russia,” e.g. Rich Norris
27 Mar 1995 5D “Fidelio,” e.g. Gregory E. Paul
23 Jan 1995 36A “Carmen” or “Aida” Sidney L. Robbins
29 Dec 1994 45A “Pique Dame,” e.g. Jim Page
5 Sep 1994 2D Puccini product Julian Ochrymowych & Amy Goldstein
31 Aug 1994 59A “La Gioconda,” e.g. Christopher Hurt
7 Aug 1994 54D “Yolanta,” e.g. Dean Niles
19 Jul 1994 7D It may be seria or buffa Christopher Hurt
3 Jun 1994 14A “Simon Boccanegra,” e.g. Norman S. Wizer
25 Feb 1994 27D Works Bob Lubbers
27 Jan 1994 41D “Siegfried,” e.g. Betty Jorgensen
20 Jan 1994 2D “Lakme,” e.g. Lois Sidway
2 Jan 1994 116D Threepenny entertainment? Brian G. Tyler
6 Dec 1993 54D Where the fat lady sings Peter Gordon
29 Nov 1993 61A “Faust,” for one Sidney L. Robbins

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