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LA TRAVIATA is the perfect fit for any opera novice - Myrtó Papatanasiu soars in American debut

If you’ve tinkered with the idea of attending an opera but never acted on the impulse, now is the perfect time to give yourself over to the magnificent experience that is The Dallas Opera’s current production of “La Traviata.”

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Tristan & Isolde: Dallas does Grand Opera

The Dallas Opera has moved into the stratosphere with its current production of Richard Wagner’s “Tristan & Isolde.” For those who love grand opera, it just doesn’t get any better.

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Words and Music: It’s a great season for giving

If some of the people on your Christmas list love to read and listen to good music, here are a few suggestions to make their holidays just a little bit brighter.
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Iconic "West Side Story" stands the test of time

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The iconic musical “West Side Story,” now playing as part of the Dallas Summer Musicals series, is a retelling of Shakespeare’s “Romeo and Juliet ” that moves the story to 1950s New York City. Jerome Robbins’ demanding choreography is performed with swift precision by the cast with the help of choreography reproducer Joey McKneely. Photo by Joan Marcus

Dallas Summer Musicals present their spectacular production of “West Side Story” at the Music Hall at Fair Park, playing now through Oct. 23 as part of its 71st season.

 

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‘The Tempest’ sets new gold standard at DTC

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The opening scene of the Dallas Theater Center’s current production of “The Tempest” evokes the popular TV series “Lost.” DTC’s artistic director Kevin Moriarty uses a modern-day plane crash instead of a 17th century shipwreck to jump start the action, forcing the audience immediately into the heart of the plot.

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