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. For those not gussying up in gowns and tuxes for the red-carpet entr%26eacute;e, debut performance and seated dinner (we%26rsquo;ll be there, of course, capturing all those glamorous party details), the Opera has ensured you won%26rsquo;t miss a beat%26nbsp;%26mdash; Italian arias and all. The outdoor, televised performance is gratis and will be transmitted on the big screen in Sammons Park (just outside the Winspear) before a crowd of picnicking attendees. Curtain call is 7:30 pm, so plan your own opening-night arrival %26mdash; with blanket and lawn chair in tow %26mdash; accordingly.

Photo: The Margot and Bill Winspear Opera House, photographed by Tim Hursley.

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