Daily Archives: March 28, 2011

The Critics Speak, Part One

by Suzanne Calvin

The audiences have been raving about the current revival of Verdi’s RIGOLETTO at the Dallas Opera and we expect word-of-mouth to push strong ticket sales for the remainder of the run (note to self: get those friends and family tickets today). And the critics, for the most part, seem to be generally in agreement on […]

Facebook Contest Review Writer Winner Eliot C. Hall's review of Rigoletto Opening Night

by tdoadmin

Recently the Coen brothers created a film called A Serious Man about a family burdened by an ancient curse. The modern film making duo would be right at home with the story of Rigoletto, a prideful invalid, who recognizes the portent of a father’s curse, the moment it reaches his ear. A Clown who tries […]

Facebook Contest Review Writer Winner Eliot C. Hall’s review of Rigoletto Opening Night

by tdoadmin

Recently the Coen brothers created a film called A Serious Man about a family burdened by an ancient curse. The modern film making duo would be right at home with the story of Rigoletto, a prideful invalid, who recognizes the portent of a father’s curse, the moment it reaches his ear. A Clown who tries […]