Lush melodies, dazzling arias, and a love story for the ages
The Montague and Capulet families have been feuding in Verona for hundreds of years. But when Romeo meets Juliet at a masked ball, they fall innocently, and tragically, in love. Shakespeare’s greatest love story takes on new life with Gounod’s rapturously romantic score. Its stunning melodies, grand choruses—and the Dallas Opera debut of Golda Schultz—will leave you wondering “Did my heart love till now?”
Fresh off a triumph at the Metropolitan Opera, Golda Schultz delivers her “distinctively thrilling radiance” (The Financial Times) to Dallas in a performance that is not to be missed. Tenor Long Long brings the lovestruck Romeo to life with “a voice one could happily listen to all day.” (Seen and Heard International)
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Romeo and Juliet is a co-production between The Dallas Opera, Houston Grand Opera, and The Atlanta Opera.
Original Set Designer, John Conklin
Co-Set Designer, Julia Noulin-Mérat
Costume Designer, Gregory Gale
Lighting Designer, Thomas Hase
Sung in French with English Titles