Tag Archives: Tom Orr

Goya for Broke!

by Suzanne Calvin

I will freely admit that my chief interest in the Metropolitan Opera’s revival of “Il trovatore” isn’t the marvelous Patricia Racette (a stunning Jenufa at the Dallas Opera a few seasons back) or the equally compelling artistry of Zeljko Lucic (who sang Nabucco as a force of nature in our grand production designed by Frances Bagley and […]

Revisiting “Nabucco” with Bagley and Orr

by Suzanne Calvin

The Dallas Museum of Art is earning well-deserved kudos for it’s new “State of the Arts” series in the Horchow Auditorium, which explores “the creative process and the nature of performance.”  Down the road, you’ll have a chance to hear our own Music Director Graeme Jenkins and the DTC’s Kevin Moriarty expound upon their views […]

Revisiting "Nabucco" with Bagley and Orr

by tdoadmin

The Dallas Museum of Art is earning well-deserved kudos for it’s new “State of the Arts” series in the Horchow Auditorium, which explores “the creative process and the nature of performance.”  Down the road, you’ll have a chance to hear our own Music Director Graeme Jenkins and the DTC’s Kevin Moriarty expound upon their views […]

Whirlwind Days, Performance Nights

by Suzanne Calvin

And last but not least, the Squirrel God, Baal. (photos courtesy of Karen Almond) I wasn’t able to make it to today’s preview of the Dallas Museum of Art’s exciting new exhibition “Performance/Art” featuring the work of half a dozen artists who have used forms and ideas taken from opera and the theater as starting […]