The EgoPo Classical Theater’s production of John Guare’s Lydie Breeze part III was asking the fundamental question, “what is ‘it’.”
Kristy Joe Slough
EgoPo’s presentation of John Guare’s Lydie Breeze continues with a look at a New England utopia.
This site-specific installation unravels the layers of emotion and humanity that the historic Powel House contains
o subtitles necessary to hear praises sung for women astronomers of the late 19th century.
An experimental world-premiere opera gives voice to the unsung women heroes of astrophysics at Harvard in the 1890s, with a cutting-edge score, non-linear libretto, and expressionist movement.
This is an opera about monsters—the Frankenstein of the title, a monster we know well from films if not from literature, and the ways in which people become monsters.
The compelling two-act opus captures the historic characters, events, and mood with passion and clarity.