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The Big Deal: Fort Worth Opera Festival’s ‘Dog Days’ 127
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The Fort Worth Opera continues its commitment to producing contemporary works. For their 2015 Opera Festival they have partnered with Beth Morrison Projects to present the regional premiere of Dog Days.  The opera, composed by David T. Little and Royce Vavrek, only had its world premiere in 2012.

How do the rules of humanity change in a post-apocalyptic America? For 13-year old Lisa and her family the world as they know it increasingly decays and disappears.  When a man dressed as a dog shows up begging for food the family’s humanity is put to the ultimate test. Win a pair of premium seating tickets for the May 1 performance of Dog Days at the Scott Theatre at the Fort Worth Community Arts Center.

If you like this Big Deal then you’ll want to be sure and sign up for our other two Big Deals this week – tickets to see the musical, Newsies at the AT&T Performing Arts Center in Dallas, or tickets to Dallas Theater Center’s Sense and Sensibility at the Kalita Humphreys Theater.

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