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Sign up to win tickets to see the Fort Worth Opera Festival’s ‘Hamlet’
With Dog Days, Ft. Worth Opera presents probably the darkest, most daring chamber opera anyone’s staged in North Texas. From its jarring music to its image of brutalized humanity, Dog Days is no tail-wagging puppy.
An ongoing Tupperware party in Fort Worth, Texas is drawing quite a crowd – hundreds of people a night. Okay, so this isn’t your average Tupperware party…its part improv, part satire, and part drag show. KERA’s Lauren Silverman went to the show that’s kept plastic “burping lids” in the spotlight for eight years.
Enter for a chance to see the hard-hitting, contemporary opera ‘Dog Days’ presented by the Fort Worth Opera.
Fort Worth Opera commissioned composer David Little and librettist Royce Vavrek to create a new opera for the company’s 70th season next year. Here’s what they’ve been up to.
We’ve known about the commissioned, world-premiere JFK, but now it joins The Barber of Seville and two updated horror stories by Edgar Allan Poe.
Catch the opening of the Fort Worth Opera Festival with tickets to see ‘La Traviata.’
Here are 6 ways you and your kids can celebrate the arts this weekend.
Re-inventing the Texas Ballet Theater with a mix of classical, contemporary, the influence of Jane Seymour (yes, that Jane Seymour) and a commissioned world premiere.