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WHAT WE'RE UP TOFWOpera Red Carpet Premiere Is Eight Days Away!
Posted by Katherine Watson | 04/11/2014
MEDIA ADVISORY: Highly Anticipated Fort Worth Opera Red Carpet Premiere Is Eight Days Away Book your station’s spot on the red carpet now! Who: Fort Worth Opera + red carpet guests What: A truly one-of-a-kind event, Fort Worth Opera will transform Bass Hall into the exotic shores of Ceylon to celebrate the opening the 2014 Festival. In the spirit of the season opener The Pearl Fishers, the Grand Opening Night event will feature eight-foot elephant puppets, belly dancers, and the extravagant costumes of Sri Lanka. Join us and be whisked away to a more tropical climate while walking the red carpet and enjoying a pre-show cocktail. This event is open to all ticket holders for the evening’s performance. Tickets start at just $25 and can be purchased by calling Fort Worth Opera Customer Service at 877.396.7372 or online at www.fwopera.org. …
Hailey Clark Talks Fort Worth Opera on The Broadcast
Posted by Katherine Watson | 04/10/2014
We couldn’t possibly clog up our blog with all the press we get our fabulous clients (that’s what Twitter is for!) but this TV spot is too good not to blog about. Our PR team has been hard at work promoting the Fort Worth Opera 2014 Festival for the past five months and it’s all leading up to the red carpet premiere on April 19th. That’s just nine days away. (But who’s counting?) Today Hailey Clark, one of the beautiful and talented stars of The Pearl Fishers, wowed The Broadcast audience with her breathtaking vocals. Hailey also discussed Fort Worth Opera with The Broadcast’s Dawn Neufeld (who is even sweeter off camera than on), describing opera artists as “vocal athletes.” We love that description! We would especially like to thank the wonderful folks at The Broadcast and 41 Entertainment for …