Philadelphia Chamber Music Society imported a deep bench of talent from New York for its final Sunday afternoon recital of the season.
Curtis Opera Theatre fails to make the case for LA RONDINE as a neglected classic.
An operatic version of a Lars von Trier movie? Yes.
We see the tragedy of Oscar Wilde’s life played out creatively and movingly in OSCAR, a thoughtfully crafted opera by Theodore Morrison and John Cox,
Imagine if Frank Herbert’s “Dune” had been adapted not by David Lynch but instead by the Mummers. That’s not too far off from what we get with SEPHRO: EARTH’S REVENGE.