A film review of the CGI live action remake
“…there’s a dog already biting,—’s conscience.” ~ Dog in The Witch of Edmonton REV Theatre kicks up the heat in the 17th century THE WITCH OF EDMONTON; a play based…
This contemporary ballet of a classic children’s book is immediately understandable for children, but also poignant and thought-provoking for adults.
A live recording from Royal Opera House gives American audience a rare chance to see a classic ballet
The last big Whitman at 200 event was Oscar Visits Walt, a musical play about the meeting of two gay poets, Oscar Wilde and Walt Whitman.
Anne-Marie Mulgrew presented her dance company’s 33rd home season concert at the Performance Garage on June 14 and 15.
For their June show, the Idiopathic Ridiculopathy Consortium decided to take on a grotesque play by Christopher Durang which Tina Brock directed. Brock herself has the prime comedic role of…
This HOLIDAY INN is very, very impressive for a regional seashore show, in fact it would be impressive anywhere,
There was one small signboard at the sidewalk of the Performance Garage. The door was closed with just dimmed lighting through windows. Not so much of announcements or advertisements on…
The Master and the Magician: Fred Hersch and Cécile McLorin Salvant open the McCarter’s Second Jazz in June Festival
She pleases, she teases, and she appeases.
Ballet is a living art.
It exists. I watched it. It was fine.
Theater critic extraordinaire Toby Zinman continues her forays into other art forms with a visit to Kimmel Center’s Perelman Theatre to see two one-act operas presented by the Curtis Opera Theatre
Two brothers must find each other before they can find themselves.