Leave your tuxedo, evening gown and lorgnette at home and come as you are.
That’s the message from Florida Grand Opera, the Sunshine State’s oldest arts organization.
“It really is an entertainment for all people, not just folks dripping in diamonds,” says Florida Grand Opera director Susan Danis.
This is Danis’ first full season as the opera company’s CEO. And she’s working hard to disabuse people of the notion that opera is all about zaftig women with braided hair and horn helmets caterwauling onstage.