Beauty and the Beast takes over the Winspear Opera House beginning July 13 for a two-week run. We’ve got three pairs of tickets to give away to opening night, but since this is such a big show, you’re going to have to work just a little for it.
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Later in the week, Art&Seek dance blogger Danielle Georgiou will have an interview with the man himself. But until then, I’ve got three pairs of tickets to give away to Friday night’s performance to the first three people who e-mail me (firstname.lastname@example.org) with Mark Morris in the subject line.
Saturday night, the Winspear Opera house was transformed into a scene right out of a fairy tale as Texas Ballet Theater presented Marius Petipa’s The Sleeping Beauty.
The Dallas Morning News Classical Music Critic discusses the first year of the Winspear Opera House and recent world premieres by the Fort Worth Opera and Dallas Opera.
“Scheduling conflicts” is what the AT&T PAC press release says. And “efforts are currently underway to reschedule the concert for a future date.” His concert was a TITAS Special Event.
The triple Tony Award-winning musical comedy about puppets getting drunk and having sex comes to the Winspear. It works as more than just a smart-mouthed satire of Bert and Ernie, says Jerome Weeks, more than just an R-rated spoof of ‘Sesame Street.’
It was quite a gamble to take on Herman Melville’s lengthy, literary classic, but it has paid off handsomely for the Dallas Opera and composer Jake Heggie. ‘Moby-Dick’ makes gripping musical theater, with a magnificent production reinforcing the opera’s dramatic power. Olin Chism reviews. Plus Bill Zeeble’s report and the most complete set of links to other reviews around the country.
Awakening won eight Tony Awards, including best musical, and just this week, it won another best musical trophy — this time at the Olivier Awards, London’s equivalent to the Tony. This week also saw the national tour open at the Winspear Opera House. But is it the landmark rock ‘n’ roll musical people have been hailing? Jerome Weeks reviews.
Tracy Letts’ Pulitzer Prize-winning play finally comes to Texas, and Estelle Parsons gets to play the meanest-mouthed matriarch since Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? The drug-fueled, obscenity-strewn decline of an Oklahoma family eventually goes over the top, but the more-than-three-hour trip there is hilarious and harrowing.
The holiday season means holiday shows. Holiday shows means young performers acting and dancing onstage. And children onstage require adult guides. We talk to three North Texans whose job is to coax the children, train them and keep the little angels from running amok.