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The Lone Star Film Society & Fort Worth Opera will present a free screening of Billy Wilder’s Oscar-winning film, Sunset Boulevard. Cinema and opera collide in this exciting new event, featuring a multimedia talk by opera director Chuck Hudson, and a performance by FWOpera-TCU Hattie Mae Lesley Apprentice Artist Bronwyn White.

Not only will audiences get a sneak peek of FWOpera’s dazzling, 1950s Hollywood production of Donizetti’s Don Pasquale, inspired by Sunset Boulevard, but for one night only, film lovers will get a chance to view this critically acclaimed classic on the big screen.

A protégé of the great French mime Marcel Marceau, Hudson is an award-winning director of opera. In FWOpera’s 1950s update of Don Pasquale, Hudson invites audiences to join him on a wild ride through the early days of cinema, as the era of the silent film gives way to a bright, Technicolored future. Hudson will discuss the cinematic inspiration for his critically acclaimed production of Donizetti’s 19th-century comedy, followed by a Q&A, and a thrilling operatic performance by soprano Bronwyn White.

The Lone Star Film Society & Fort Worth Opera will present a free screening of Billy Wilder’s Oscar-winning film, Sunset Boulevard. Cinema and opera collide in this exciting new event, featuring a multimedia talk by opera director Chuck Hudson, and a performance by FWOpera-TCU Hattie Mae Lesley Apprentice Artist Bronwyn White.

Not only will audiences get a sneak peek of FWOpera’s dazzling, 1950s Hollywood production of Donizetti’s Don Pasquale, inspired by Sunset Boulevard, but for one night only, film lovers will get a chance to view this critically acclaimed classic on the big screen.

A protégé of the great French mime Marcel Marceau, Hudson is an award-winning director of opera. In FWOpera’s 1950s update of Don Pasquale, Hudson invites audiences to join him on a wild ride through the early days of cinema, as the era of the silent film gives way to a bright, Technicolored future. Hudson will discuss the cinematic inspiration for his critically acclaimed production of Donizetti’s 19th-century comedy, followed by a Q&A, and a thrilling operatic performance by soprano Bronwyn White.

The Lone Star Film Society & Fort Worth Opera will present a free screening of Billy Wilder’s Oscar-winning film, Sunset Boulevard. Cinema and opera collide in this exciting new event, featuring a multimedia talk by opera director Chuck Hudson, and a performance by FWOpera-TCU Hattie Mae Lesley Apprentice Artist Bronwyn White.

Not only will audiences get a sneak peek of FWOpera’s dazzling, 1950s Hollywood production of Donizetti’s Don Pasquale, inspired by Sunset Boulevard, but for one night only, film lovers will get a chance to view this critically acclaimed classic on the big screen.

A protégé of the great French mime Marcel Marceau, Hudson is an award-winning director of opera. In FWOpera’s 1950s update of Don Pasquale, Hudson invites audiences to join him on a wild ride through the early days of cinema, as the era of the silent film gives way to a bright, Technicolored future. Hudson will discuss the cinematic inspiration for his critically acclaimed production of Donizetti’s 19th-century comedy, followed by a Q&A, and a thrilling operatic performance by soprano Bronwyn White.

WHEN

WHERE

Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth
3200 Darnell St.
Fort Worth, TX 76107
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/sunset-boulevard-free-screening-tickets-43172574332

TICKET INFO

Admission is free.
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