… and it’s a “retrograde cocoon,” says LATimes architecture critic Christopher Hawthorne.
Posts Tagged 'Winspear Opera House'
Congratulations to Stephen Haal for his backstage-at-the-Dallas-Opera photo. It’s won our latest Flickr Photo of the Week contest.
The tour of ‘Billy Elliot’ is at the Winspear. The affecting film about a mining-town boy defying his father to dance has become a big, Tony-winning Broadway musical — with all the advantages and disadvantages.
The Dallas Opera Guild awarded $20,500 in prizes to talented young singers Saturday at the Winspear Opera House.
We take a backstage look at how a world-premiere dance work, based on classic spirituals, takes shape. Complexions’ co-founder Dwight Rhoden talks about ‘Testament’ which debuts at the Winspear next week.
The Dallas Opera’s new ‘Boris Godunov’ was a little slow getting off the starting blocks on Friday night, but once it found its pace it was strong all the way to the finish line.
On Saturday, it’s out with opera and in with jazz at the Winspear Opera House. SFJazz Collective takes over the building, performing the music of Stevie Wonder. Click through to enter to win tickets.
It isn’t Verdi, but Gounod’s “Romeo and Juliet” is a pretty good take on Shakespeare’s most popular love story. With a strong performance such as that of the Dallas Opera on Sunday afternoon, it seems better than just pretty good.
Today in the roundup: Writing about the pain of military life, music bits and kudos for the Winspear.
Mel Brooks has always been about going for the big, outrageous laugh. So what can a Broadway musical adaptation do to make us forget Gene Wilder and Peter Boyle hoofing it as doctor and monster? Jerome Weeks reviews.