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Dallas Opera releases single tickets and reduced season ticket packages for upcoming season

Dallas Opera releases single tickets for upcoming season

Dallas Opera presents Death and the Powers
Death and the Powers is the second production of Dallas Opera's 2013-2014 season, premiering February 12, 2014. Photo courtesy of Dallas Opera
Dallas Opera presents Carmen
Carmen kicks off the 2013-2014 Dallas Opera season on October 25. Photo courtesy of Dallas Opera
Dallas Opera presents Die Tote Stadt
Die Tote Stadt is the third production of Dallas Opera's 2013-2014 season, premiering March 21, 2014. Photo courtesy of Dallas Opera
Dallas Opera presents The Barber of Seville
The Barber of Seville is the fourth and last production of Dallas Opera's 2013-2014 season, premiering March 28, 2014. Photo courtesy of Dallas Opera
Dallas Opera presents Death and the Powers
Dallas Opera presents Carmen
Dallas Opera presents Die Tote Stadt
Dallas Opera presents The Barber of Seville

For anyone who loves the opera but can't afford full season tickets, your day has arrived. Single-ticket sales for the upcoming 2013-2014 Dallas Opera season, dubbed "By Love Transformed," start Monday, July 8.

Ticket buyers have their choice of four planned productions — Carmen (October 25-November 10), Death and the Powers (February 12-16, 2014), Die tote Stadt (The Dead City) (March 21-April 6, 2014), and The Barber of Seville (March 28-April 13, 2014). All productions take place at Winspear Opera House.

Individual tickets start for as low as $19 and can be purchased through the Dallas Opera's website or by calling 214-443-1000. Additionally, reduced season ticket packages go on sale the same day, allowing people to pick the same seats for two or three of the productions instead of all four.

The 2013-2014 season includes a couple of special events, including a free simulcast at Klyde Warren Park of the season-opening performance of Carmen, and a collaboration with the Perot Museum of Nature and Science, including a special exhibit at the Perot, to coincide with Death and the Powers.