Leaders of the PAC

Posted on 16 Oct 2009 at 3:25pm
Josh Prince-Ramos is totally swoonworthy.
Josh Prince-Ramos is totally swoonworthy.

Yesterday, as I sat down to a nice catered luncheon in the cafe of the Winspear, having just completed my “final” tours of the opera house and the Wyly Theatre,  Dallas Opera artistic director Jonathan Pell and TITAS executive director Charles Santos asked me what the most impressive thing I saw was.

“Ummm… Josh Prince-Ramus’ eyes?” I responded.

I was only joking a bit. Prince-Ramus is hunky —after his remarks, he asked for questions from the journos. “Are you really that dreamy?” I nearly sighed. All the women and gay men, and I would wager half the straight men, who go to bed with him if he asked. He, with Rem Koolhaas, co-designed the Wyly, which is pretty impressive.

See lots of pics after the jump.

Below are some photos I took.

The Winspear, as seen through the tapered aluminum tubing of the Wyly (laid end-to-end, about nine miles worth — enough to stretch from the Wyly to the Galleria.)
The Winspear, as seen through the tapered aluminum tubing of the Wyly (laid end-to-end, about nine miles worth — enough to stretch from the Wyly to the Galleria.)
The Meyerson and the Winspear.The Meyerson and the Winspear.
The interior of the Winspear.
The interior of the Winspear.
Winspear chief architect Lord Norman Foster outside the McDermott Hall
Winspear chief architect Lord Norman Foster outside the McDermott Hall.
The grand staircase of the Winspear, seen from underneath.
The grand staircase of the Winspear, seen from underneath.
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Inside McDermott Hall, with Foster.
Mayor om Leppert on the stage of the Wyly.
Mayor Tom Leppert on the stage of the Wyly.

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