The Word is Out!

by Suzanne Calvin

Sara Heaton and Hal Cazalet in Death and the Powers. Photo by Paula Aguilera

The word is out, about the Dallas Opera’s once-secret plans to bring Tod Machover’s groundbreaking ”Death and the Powers” to the Winspear stage in 2014. Nope, we haven’t announced our next season, but the National Endowment for the Arts has announced its grant recipients for the coming year and that pretty much told the tale. However, there are many more interesting insights and tid-bits in this comprehensive piece from Art&Seek’s Jerome Weeks

Be sure to check out the video with Machover recorded earlier this fall as part of our “Composing Conversations” series.

Suzanne Calvin, Manager/Director Media and PR

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