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This is not "The Grand Old Opera" from Hee-Haw. Dallas Opera is the real deal and Grand Opera at its best. I went to see "The Flying Dutchman" and it was spectacular. I did not realize that I may be an Wagnerian, smile. The house...More
We sat in the front row of the mezzanine, and our view was great. The acoustics were excellent. I was a tad disappointed in the orchestra. It's not up to the standards of the Dallas symphony, or the Fort Worth opera (whose orchestra is drawn...More
Such a great place to enjoy an event. The Dallas Opera performed "The Flying Dutchman," and the production was wonderful. I don't think there is a bad seat in the house. The individual seats are very comfortable and well padded. They also have plenty of...More
An excellent venue for music concerts and individual performances and the size of the facility is just right if you like smaller places with excellent seats in all locations. We enjoy the shows and the parking is right under the building.
Attractive setting both inside and out, and the staff are always friendly, knowledgeable, and accommodating. Have always enjoyed every performance whether it be a play, a dance or musical. Going again soon and looking forward to it!
The building is beautiful inside and out and the sound quality is outstanding no matter where you sit. We were in the second balcony near the center and couldn't have been happy with the view and music.
I have been here for several operatic performances but the most memorable was the premiere of Jake Heggie's fantastic setting of "Moby Dick" starring the tenors Ben Heppner as Captain Ahab and Stephen Costello as Greenhorn, with Jonathan Lemalu doing great singing and acting as...More
Pretty building but you dont want to be in the cheap seats on the 5th floor IMO. A lot of those should be labelled obstructed view. Had seats the for Magic Flute and could not see much of the stage. Just saw Don Giovanni from...More
My wife and I had the good fortune of experiencing Riverdance at the Winspear Opera House. The performance was most certainly a top ten of our theater experiences.
The venue I would consider a formerly modern elegance. The seating was comfortable and the ambiance enjoyable....More
lark in the park and savor are both a few blocks away from the winspear adjacent to klyde warren park. it's a nice walk, but allow plenty of time to enjoy your meal and walk to the winspear. there is some nice dining at... More
lark in the park and savor are both a few blocks away from the winspear adjacent to klyde warren park. it's a nice walk, but allow plenty of time to enjoy your meal and walk to the winspear. there is some nice dining at the winspear, as well.
Response from cmkey2002 | Reviewed this property |
The Winspear is a nice size and that section should be fine. I agree you should try not to sit right behind the sound control area, it might be distracting. We have had season tickets on the orchestra section row O and... More
The Winspear is a nice size and that section should be fine. I agree you should try not to sit right behind the sound control area, it might be distracting. We have had season tickets on the orchestra section row O and really liked them. It is much smaller than the State Fair Theater.
Hope you enjoy it!