Seven of the city’s finest performing arts institutions worked together for the first time to create the Dallas Performing Arts Sampler Series.
The head of the Fort Worth’s Arts Council is in Washington D.C. to share a survival story. The arts community in Fort Worth managed to avoid deep budget cuts by creating harmony with a cash-strapped city government.
It has been 15 years since Darren Woods performed in an opera, but he is ready to get back on the stage as if he never stopped singing.
A different kind of opera is coming to Fort Worth. It is performed entirely in English, and tells the story of an American who was the longest held prisoner of the Vietnam War.
It will be another strong season on stage across the Metroplex, with some of the best of Broadway coming to town this spring.
The new season of the Dallas Opera is underway and it’s filled with classic dramas, new series and foreign favorites.
Long before she became an international opera star, a Texas woman made national headlines during segregation. Barbara Smith Conrad didn’t protest for the right to sit in the front of a bus — she only wanted to sing.
The Dallas Opera is canceling one of the productions scheduled for the upcoming season due to finances.
The AT&T Performing Arts Center in Dallas has named a man who most recently led the Washington National Opera to be president and chief executive officer.
Here are the little things people don’t tell you but would be really nice to know when going to the theater.