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Fort Worth Opera’s winter programming continues its annual partnership with the Botanical Research Institute of Texas with the return of the popular Amahl and the Night Visitors. Originally composed for television in 1951 by Gian Carlo Menotti, the family-friendly production will feature The Lesley Resident Artists Adia Evans, Kaswanna Kanyinda, Nathaniel Catasca, and Malcolm Payne, Jr.

Tickets are only available through the the Fort Worth Botanic Garden.

Fort Worth Opera’s winter programming continues its annual partnership with the Botanical Research Institute of Texas with the return of the popular Amahl and the Night Visitors.

Originally composed for television in 1951 by Gian Carlo Menotti, the family-friendly production tells the story of a disabled shepherd boy named Amahl who, along with his devoted mother, encounters three wise men on a journey to visit the Holy Child.

Since it first premiered on network television over six decades ago, this Christmas classic, with its inspiring message of forgiveness and redemption, has become one of the most frequently produced operas in the world and a perennial favorite. Like Amahl, audiences are reminded that compassion and a generous spirit can truly work miracles.

Tickets are only available through the the Fort Worth Botanic Garden.

Fort Worth Opera’s winter programming continues its annual partnership with the Botanical Research Institute of Texas with the return of the popular Amahl and the Night Visitors.

Originally composed for television in 1951 by Gian Carlo Menotti, the family-friendly production tells the story of a disabled shepherd boy named Amahl who, along with his devoted mother, encounters three wise men on a journey to visit the Holy Child.

Since it first premiered on network television over six decades ago, this Christmas classic, with its inspiring message of forgiveness and redemption, has become one of the most frequently produced operas in the world and a perennial favorite. Like Amahl, audiences are reminded that compassion and a generous spirit can truly work miracles.

Tickets are only available through the the Fort Worth Botanic Garden.

WHEN

WHERE

Fort Worth Botanic Garden
3220 Botanic Garden Blvd.
Fort Worth, TX 76107
https://fwbg.org/events/amahl/

TICKET INFO

Free-$39

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