Today in the roundup: Kelly Clarkson and her fans, backstage at the Dallas Opera and the many, many cows on locally shot TV shows.
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Are you headed out to catch the free simulcast of the Dallas Opera’s Lucia Di Lammermoor tonight? Italian baritone Luca Grassi makes his U.S. debut, which the opera offers a sneak peek of in this video.
It’s the 30th year since the discovery of AIDS, and in an unprecedented collaboration, some 200 Dallas-area artists will perform Dec. 6 at the Winspear in a benefit for area AIDS service organizations.
Today in the roundup: The Dallas Opera’s guiding light, the trickiness of comedy on stage and the Amon Carters’ dedication to research.
The middle of the week Roundup features the DFW Theatre Critics Forum Awards, a new dance blogger, Dallas Opera hitting the phone lines and more on microphilanthropy!
It’s back: simulcasting the Dallas Opera’s opening night on a big screen outside the Winspear. But the whole deal has moved out of Annette Strauss Square and into Sammons Park. Which means – hey! – bring your own fried chicken and Dr Pepper. Perfect for murder and mezzo-sopranos.
Congratulations to Stephen Haal for his backstage-at-the-Dallas-Opera photo. It’s won our latest Flickr Photo of the Week contest.
Today in the roundup: Remembering Nancy Hamon, advice for the Dallas Opera and Symphony and shortening Shakespeare.
The Dallas Opera just sent word that, in an effort to “balance and stabilize company finances,” it has cut Katya Kabanová from its 2011-12 season. And it almost had to trim a second show.
North Texas arts organizations received 10 grants from the National Endowment for the Arts — for a total of $275,000. The projects supported include tours to small towns in Texas, better online access, stilt dancing and a Genghis Khan exhibition.