Archive for October, 2011

Cue the Ovation

Tomorrow evening, don%26rsquo;t be alarmed if you hear a certain operatic melody coming from the AT%26amp;T Performing Arts Center. In fact, you%26rsquo;ll want to get there post-haste. See, The Dallas Opera has prepped Sammons Park for its second-ever, live Simulcast @ the Center broadcasting its opening night performance of Lucia di Lammermoor at the Winspear Opera House.... | Read More

Cue the Ovation

Tomorrow evening, don%26rsquo;t be alarmed if you hear a certain operatic melody coming from the AT%26amp;T Performing Arts Center. In fact, you%26rsquo;ll want to get there post-haste. See, The Dallas Opera has prepped Sammons Park for its second-ever, live Simulcast @ the Center broadcasting its opening night performance of Lucia di Lammermoor at the Winspear Opera House.... | Read More

Cue the Ovation

Tomorrow evening, don%26rsquo;t be alarmed if you hear a certain operatic melody coming from the AT%26amp;T Performing Arts Center. In fact, you%26rsquo;ll want to get there post-haste. See, The Dallas Opera has prepped Sammons Park for its second-ever, live Simulcast @ the Center broadcasting its opening night performance of Lucia di Lammermoor at the Winspear Opera House.... | Read More

“The Fashion World of Jean Paul Gaultier: From the Sidewalk to the Catwalk”

Front-Row TicketingTickets are on sale now and include general museum admission.

Individual tickets may be purchased on-site at the DMA, by phone at 214.922.1803, or online, DallasMuseumofArt.org (from $16 adults weekdays; $20 adults weekends; special rates for seniors, groups, military and students; children under 12 free).

For group tickets (10 or more, $15 per person), please... | Read More

“The Fashion World of Jean Paul Gaultier: From the Sidewalk to the Catwalk”

Front-Row TicketingTickets are on sale now and include general museum admission.

Individual tickets may be purchased on-site at the DMA, by phone at 214.922.1803, or online, DallasMuseumofArt.org (from $16 adults weekdays; $20 adults weekends; special rates for seniors, groups, military and students; children under 12 free).

For group tickets (10 or more, $15 per person), please... | Read More

“The Fashion World of Jean Paul Gaultier: From the Sidewalk to the Catwalk”

Front-Row TicketingTickets are on sale now and include general museum admission.

Individual tickets may be purchased on-site at the DMA, by phone at 214.922.1803, or online, DallasMuseumofArt.org (from $16 adults weekdays; $20 adults weekends; special rates for seniors, groups, military and students; children under 12 free).

For group tickets (10 or more, $15 per person), please... | Read More

Art Notes

It%26rsquo;s a crackerjack fall. Wonderful %26mdash; and unexpected %26mdash; riches abound, from old masters to fashion provocateurs. The latter you%26rsquo;ll see in our Special Section on the vision on Jean Paul Gaultier, which walks the catwalk at the Dallas Museum of Art in the DMA%26rsquo;s first-ever exhibition devoted to the fashion firmament, an extravaganza of beautiful, inventive... | Read More

Art Notes

It%26rsquo;s a crackerjack fall. Wonderful %26mdash; and unexpected %26mdash; riches abound, from old masters to fashion provocateurs. The latter you%26rsquo;ll see in our Special Section on the vision on Jean Paul Gaultier, which walks the catwalk at the Dallas Museum of Art in the DMA%26rsquo;s first-ever exhibition devoted to the fashion firmament, an extravaganza of beautiful, inventive... | Read More

Art Notes

It%26rsquo;s a crackerjack fall. Wonderful %26mdash; and unexpected %26mdash; riches abound, from old masters to fashion provocateurs. The latter you%26rsquo;ll see in our Special Section on the vision on Jean Paul Gaultier, which walks the catwalk at the Dallas Museum of Art in the DMA%26rsquo;s first-ever exhibition devoted to the fashion firmament, an extravaganza of beautiful, inventive... | Read More

Opera in Vogue

Come Friday, October 21, we%26rsquo;ll be on the ultimate red-carpet watch: The Dallas Opera has pulled out all the stops for its First Night of Tragic Obsessions gala %26mdash; a red-carpet-meets-opera-meets-fashion-show affair, with media sponsor PaperCity, celebrating the debut performance of the Opera%26rsquo;s 2011-2012 season. This won%26rsquo;t be your standard, buttoned-up opening... | Read More

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