Al Pacino at the Winspear Opera House.

15 11 2010

The legend himself will be in Dallas tomorrow night at the beautiful Winspear Opera House at the AT&T Performing Arts Center.

Join us for an evening with one of cinema’s most riveting stars and step into the world of Al Pacino as he shares his passion for acting and directing up close and personal. In an on stage interview with clips (some never seen before) Al Pacino will give a rare glimpse into the creative process of one of our greatest actors. Sharing backstage tales from a lifetime in the world of theatre and film and revealing the inner workings of his most personal work (watch for surprise readings) this one night only event will end with a question and answer session with you, the audience.

Starring in over forty films that include The Godfather Trilogy, Dog Day Afternoon, Serpico, Sea of Love, Dick Tracy, Heat, a Golden Globe and Emmy Award winning performance in Angels in America and most recently You Don’t Know Jack for HBO. He is an 8 time Academy Award nominee and an Oscar Award winner for his performance in Scent of A Woman.
HOO-HAH!!!”.

Al will discuss his life and career and the lovely Margot stage.

Designed by Foster + Partners under Pritzker Prize-winning architect Norman Foster, the Margot and Bill Winspear Opera House is just an amazing venue.

Click here for ticket info.

If you can’t make it out, don’t worry PSD will be their to chronicle the whole evening for ya.

“HOO-HAH!!”  indeed.

*All photos and artwork courtesy of AT&T Performing Arts Center website.

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