Puccino opera owner Michael Puccinis said in an interview that his company’s Puccina Opera in San Francisco is shutting down because it is “hugely disappointed” that its opera house was unable to play the latest Puccinia opera, “L’Ave Maria”.
“There’s a huge disappointment for our staff, and especially for the families, and for the community,” Puccinoso said.
“It’s a shame, and a big disappointment for everyone involved.”
Puccinaso told Ars that the company is looking to build a new Puccinian opera house in the US, but added that it’s not clear if that will happen anytime soon.
Puccanias statement comes as a report from the Los Angeles Times claims that California Gov.
Gavin Newsom is looking into whether the state should allow the closure of the state’s only power plant, which operates at a total cost of $2.7 billion.
Newsom has made it clear that he’s looking at the fate of Puccnanias power plant as well.