Having been “bored s - - tless” the first time he saw “The Magic Flute,” Barrie Kosky hoped never to suffer through it again. Granted, he was only 11 at the time but, thanks to his grandmother, he’d seen dozens of operas he loved as a child in Australia. Mozart’s three-hour-long blend of fantasy and reality — with…

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