Tag Archives: La boheme

Single Tickets Go On Sale July 14

by Suzanne Calvin

Although the prices on subscriptions are nearly impossible to beat, for a variety of reasons, some people prefer to buy single tickets. Let us get on your radar screen now, because when these go on sale July 14th, many of the hottest performances are likely to fill up fast. FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Monday, June 30, […]

From the Desk of Artistic Director Jonathan Pell – Chicago

by tdoadmin

Thursday morning I flew to Chicago for a weekday matinee of Puccini’s LA BOHEME, starring Anna Netrebko, Joseph Calleja, Elizabeth Futral and Lucas Meachum. The production was borrowed from the San Francisco Opera (which was also seen in Dallas in 1998) with scenery by Tony Award winning designer Michael Yeargan.  Michael, who was born and […]


by tdoadmin

EDIBLE OPERA One of the best-loved opening scenes in opera, the beginning of Act One of Giacomo Puccini’s La bohème, revolves almost entirely around two things: hunger and extreme cold.  As we enter the season of feasting that extends from Thanksgiving Day through Chinese New Year’s and beyond, it’s a good time to push ourselves […]

Jonathan Pell, Summer of Opera, Part 27

by tdoadmin

I am getting ready to leave for the airport for the long flight back to Dallas, and thanks to American Airlines and its partnership with Qantas, it can now be done non-stop. My time in Australia has been wonderful and I think very productive and might lead to some interesting collaborations in the future.  We’ll […]

Jonathan Pell, Summer of Opera, Part 19

by tdoadmin

I had an early dinner with Ailyn Perez last night and was glad to be able to catch up with all the wonderful things that are going on with her career, including her Covent Garden and Metropolitan Opera debuts.  It was hard to tear myself away before we could have dessert, but the curtain time […]