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Selected Shorts: Danger and Desire: Tales of Hopper's City

Friday, February 7, 2014, 7:30 PM - 9:00 PM
Dallas Museum of Art, 1717 N Harwood, Dallas, TX 75201
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Auditorium tickets are sold-out for this event. However, a live video-simulcast of the event as it is happening inside Horchow Auditorium will be made available in the adjacent C3 Theater. Simulcast ticket holders may have a chance to sit in the auditorium if seats become available on a first come first served basis. On the night of the event, please check in with the Arts & Letters Live box office about seating availability. Thank you!

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Promotional Partner: KERA

The popular public radio series and podcast returns to the DMA with a fictional exploration of Edward Hopper's world as seen in his most iconic paintings. The lonely streets of a big city, an unexpected encounter between strangers, a meeting at a lunch counter at night. Actors David Strathairn, Parker Posey, and Kaneza Schaal will bring Hopper’s poignant and evocative noir themes and settings to life in stories on stage.

 

Auditorium tickets are sold-out for this event. However, a live video-simulcast of the event as it is happening inside Horchow Auditorium will be made available in the adjacent C3 Theater. Simulcast ticket holders may have a chance to sit in the auditorium if seats become available on a first come first served basis. On the night of the event, please check in with the Arts & Letters Live box office about seating availability. Thank you!

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