Dallas Opera packs 60th season with audience favorites


The Dallas Opera has amassed a roster of crowd-pleasers for its 60th season, with two of the five mainstage productions having never been performed before by the company. First up is Eugene Onegin, the Russian lyric opera about an arrogant nobleman who flippantly dismisses everyone who could have been important to him. Baritone Andrei Bondarenko, who made his American debut last year in Dallas Opera’s production of Iolanta, will sing the title role. Performances are…

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Essential Dallas gallery exhibits to start an artful 2016


January’s art gallery shows give us the rare opportunity to indulge (nearly) all the senses. From conceptual works that can be perceived as mirthful or menacing to a multifaceted exploration of France’s most famous female writer, there’s a lot to examine. You can look, listen, and even smell. But remember not to touch! “The Mythology of Love,” Celia Eberle at Cris Worley Fine Arts Reception: January 9, 6-8 pm Exhibition dates: January 9-February 13 Dallas-based…

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The 12 best Dallas-Fort Worth theater productions of 2015


It’s time to look back on the wonderful and weird experiences the theaters of Dallas and Fort Worth gifted us with in 2015. This list is by no means exhaustive, but it’s a sampling of some of the productions and players who created magic onstage (and sometimes off). With a year this strong, we can’t wait to see what’s coming in 2016. The Flick, Undermain Theatre ‚ÄčA lot of audiences were perturbed by and perplexed…

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