Tag Archives: Gregory Sullivan Isaacs

Keith Speaks

by Suzanne Calvin

This interview  of Keith Cerny by Gregory Sullivan Isaacs first appeared in this month’s “Arts + Culture Magazine”…now, in “Theater Jones.” It’s definitely worth a read if you are interested in the thinking behind a number of recent decisions at the Dallas Opera and our General Director’s vision for the future. Oh, and HAPPY THANKSGIVING TO YOU […]

Another Great Reason to Subscribe

by Suzanne Calvin

And her name is Patricia Racette. She will be the featured star of the upcoming Dallas Opera Patron Appreciation Recital on November 9th and there is still time to subscribe and take advantage of this wonderful opportunity to hear Racette performing her one-woman Cabaret Evening. Reviews of her interpretations of gorgeous song standards have been […]

“Arts + Culture” Cerny Interview

by Suzanne Calvin

Run, don’t walk, to find the Gregory Sullivan Isaacs interview with Dallas Opera General Director and CEO Keith Cerny in this month’s issue of “Arts + Culture” magazine. It’s simply one of the best interviews of Keith yet and worth making an effort to find. Among other things, he talks about the technological and cultural […]

"Arts + Culture" Cerny Interview

by tdoadmin

Run, don’t walk, to find the Gregory Sullivan Isaacs interview with Dallas Opera General Director and CEO Keith Cerny in this month’s issue of “Arts + Culture” magazine. It’s simply one of the best interviews of Keith yet and worth making an effort to find. Among other things, he talks about the technological and cultural […]

Much to Love…But…

by Suzanne Calvin

The reviews are beginning to trickle in for the Dallas Opera’s Season Opener, “Lucia di Lammermoor” at the Winspear Opera House. Gregory Sullivan Isaacs of the theater and arts website, “Theater Jones” posted this review praising the individual components of the production and questioning some of the decision-making. More from “Theater Jones” on “Lucia” right […]

Luca on Luca–and Other Things

by Suzanne Calvin

As nuclear engineer-turned-Italian baritone Luca Grassi prepares for his American debut as the manipulative Enrico Ashton in the Dallas Opera season opener, he took a few minutes off to talk with Gregory Sullivan Isaacs of “Theater Jones.” Check it out! (Photo of Luca Grassi and Elena Mosuc by Dallas Opera production photographer Karen Almond) Suzanne […]

"Out of the Opera Box"

by tdoadmin

Gregory Sullivan Isaacs never takes his job lightly, even when reviewing a production specifically designed for the pre-teen set. Here is his take for “Theater Jones” on the Dallas Opera’s new production of Georges Bizet’s youthful operetta, “Doctor Miracle,” and its talented ensemble cast selected from area university programs.  Read the review here. Suzanne Calvin, Manager/Director Media […]

“Out of the Opera Box”

by Suzanne Calvin

Gregory Sullivan Isaacs never takes his job lightly, even when reviewing a production specifically designed for the pre-teen set. Here is his take for “Theater Jones” on the Dallas Opera’s new production of Georges Bizet’s youthful operetta, “Doctor Miracle,” and its talented ensemble cast selected from area university programs.  Read the review here. Suzanne Calvin, Manager/Director Media […]

Turn of the Screw – Streamed Live This Weekend

by Suzanne Calvin

Clear the Sunday afternoon calendar!  Benjamin Britten’s “The Turn of the Screw” is being streamed live from Glyndbourne for your listening pleasure. Thanks to Gregory Sullivan Isaacs at “Theater Jones” for the link, and note that if you already have plans for Sunday afternoon, you have a few weeks to catch the performance on “The […]

Still Coming

by Suzanne Calvin

The reviews of our most recent productions of “Rigoletto” and “Boris Godunov,” that is. One of the last local reviews of “Rigoletto” came courtesy of Gregory Sullivan Isaacs of “Theater Jones” who was convinced he could attend opening night two days after a compound fracture and surgery. Evidently his friends and colleagues convinced him that this […]