As part of the WFAA Family First Day enjoy a sneak peak at our newest family production The Billy Goats Gruff at the Dallas Zoo.
This classic children's story has been adapted by John Davies into a 30 minute one-act opera sung in English and reinforces a strong anti-bullying message, the importance of kindness and attending school regularly.
Cost Performance is FREE. Admission to the Zoo is $8 as part of the WFAA Family First Day in the Community. Tickets to the zoo available at the gate.
Sunday, September 14th
Ailyn Pèrez & Stephen Costello Recital
Tickets on Sale Now
Join us as we present Tucker Award-winners, Ailyn Pèrez and Stephen Costello at the Bank of America Theatre at the Charles W. Eisemann Center for Performing Arts and Corporate Presentations.
The hottest couple in opera will be performing selections from their new CD Love Duets. The program will include works featured on the CD from the operas La Bohème, La Traviata, and the Elixir of Love, and classic love songs from Broadway’s Carousel and West Side Story. Additional romantic favorites from opera and Broadway will also be performed.
Singing opposite one another in leading romantic roles, Pérez and Costello consistently captivate opera house audiences with their vocal compatibility and unique rapport.
Cost $25 on sale July 14. All seating will be general admission.
Performance will be held in the Bank of America Theatre.
Monday, September 29th
Dallas Opera Perspectives Presents "When Art and Religion Collide"
Inspired by Richard Strauss’ Salome but encompassing so much more! Moderated by SMU’s Dr. Christopher Anderson (Perkins School of Theology) with a star-studded arts leadership panel featuring Dallas Museum of Art Director Maxwell Anderson, Dallas Theater Center Artistic Director Kevin Moriarty and Dallas Opera General Director and CEO Keith Cerny.
We're proud to present the first of this season’s Dallas Opera Perspectives: “When Art and Religion Collide,” a free, in-depth exploration of the role of religion in the creation of both visual and performing arts, including works like our second production of the 2014-2015 Season, Salome by Richard Strauss. The panel will also explore how this relationship is evolving in an increasingly interactive, yet balkanized and secular world.
Where First United Methodist Church of Dallas, 1928 Ross Ave, Dallas, TX, United States (directions)
CostFREE, with RSVP.
Parking is available in Bryan Tower at the corner of San Jacinto and Harwood, diagonally across from the church. Rate $3
Handicapped Parking is available at the church.