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The Dallas Opera gives away money, a couple in Allen tried to steal money in an art-fraud scheme, a possible big hit art show is coming to Fort Worth and more — all in Tuesday’s roundup.
The Dallas Opera quickly blew past the original limit of 7500 free tickets for its live simulcast of The Magic Flute in Cowboys Stadium. Even better, their devious plan is working: Most people will be seeing the Dallas Opera for the first time. So … what’s the record attendance for such a sports venue operacast, anyway?
Three people down from illness — first the tenor, then the conductor, and now the star tenor-replacement, Ben Heppner, who originated Capt. Ahab in the Dallas Opera world premiere.
Today in the roundup: The fight for Las Colinas’ entertainment complex, Keith Cerny visits Bayreuth and last-minute love poem advice.
Today in the roundup: Dallas Opera boosts Tristan and Isolde, local music bits and the smartest graffiti artist ever.
In the Saturday Spotlight, we’re headed to McKinney for an afternoon of beer, brats, and Wagner.
Cowboys Stadium is already known for the contemporary art on its walls. Now it’ll have an opera on its massive video screen – Mozart’s The Magic Flute, live from the Dallas Opera’s production at the Winspear Opera House.
There are only three operas this time — two classics and the revival of one of the DO’s world premieres. Plus, the return of baritone Nathan Gunn and the Dallas debut of mezzo Susan Graham.