Photo by Karen Almond

The Dallas Opera will present a free live simulcast of Mozart’s The Magic Flute. The fun begins with popular radio host Amy Bishop of WRR, "Classical 101" and Kristian Roberts, Education Administrator for The Dallas Opera. Activities include a trivia contest, behind-the-scenes interviews with the cast, and the high-definition screening of a 1950 classic cartoon, Rabbit of Seville.

In The Magic Flute, the intrepid Prince Tamino is saved from a dragon by the mysterious Queen of the Night - then dispatched to rescue her daughter from Sarastro, the formidable high priest. Good and evil battle it out as two young people find their way to love and enlightenment in a musically luminous masterpiece that’s both funny and profound.

The Dallas Opera will present a free live simulcast of Mozart’s The Magic Flute. The fun begins with popular radio host Amy Bishop of WRR, "Classical 101" and Kristian Roberts, Education Administrator for The Dallas Opera. Activities include a trivia contest, behind-the-scenes interviews with the cast, and the high-definition screening of a 1950 classic cartoon, Rabbit of Seville.

In The Magic Flute, the intrepid Prince Tamino is saved from a dragon by the mysterious Queen of the Night - then dispatched to rescue her daughter from Sarastro, the formidable high priest. Good and evil battle it out as two young people find their way to love and enlightenment in a musically luminous masterpiece that’s both funny and profound.

The Dallas Opera will present a free live simulcast of Mozart’s The Magic Flute. The fun begins with popular radio host Amy Bishop of WRR, "Classical 101" and Kristian Roberts, Education Administrator for The Dallas Opera. Activities include a trivia contest, behind-the-scenes interviews with the cast, and the high-definition screening of a 1950 classic cartoon, Rabbit of Seville.

In The Magic Flute, the intrepid Prince Tamino is saved from a dragon by the mysterious Queen of the Night - then dispatched to rescue her daughter from Sarastro, the formidable high priest. Good and evil battle it out as two young people find their way to love and enlightenment in a musically luminous masterpiece that’s both funny and profound.

WHEN

WHERE

Klyde Warren Park
2012 Woodall Rodgers Fwy.
Dallas, TX 75201
http://www.dallasopera.org/simulcast

TICKET INFO

Admission is free.
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