Today in the roundup: Reviewing FW Opera's 'Figaro,' 35 Denton's impact on its host city and Ernesto Neto discusses his work at the Nasher.
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It’s Thursday! That means tomorrow we will draw the winners for this week’s Big Deals.
The Texas-born soprano is starring in Fort Worth Opera’s Lysistrata. She just finished Dallas Opera’s Magic Flute. Next stop: Europe.
Today in the roundup: Reviewing Fort Worth Opera’s ‘Three Decembers, local music bits and the DMA’s very Dallas-centric new show.
Four lucky winners of this week’s Big Deal will receive a pair of tickets to see the 2 p.m. performance of Lysistrata on June 3.
Today in the roundup: The man behind ‘Memphis,’ talking ‘Tosca’ and Van Cliburn’s stuff.
Because Fort Worth Opera presents its shows in rotation, it has to scramble between Bass Hall and Scott Theatre. That’s going to change. What isn’t changing is its commitment to newer, more adventuresome operas.
Presented by the Fort Worth Opera, Mozart’s classic ‘The Marriage of Figaro’ makes it’s way to Bass Performance Hall. Four lucky winners of this week’s Big Deal will receive a pair of tickets.
Art&Seek is giving away 4 pairs of tickets to see Giacomo Puccini’s “Tosca” at the 2p.m. performance on Sunday, May 20.
Two years were added to the ebullient Woods’ current contract as general director of FWO — the third consecutive time the board has extended it. Someone must like him and/or he must be doing something right. You think?