Geraldine Page and Paul Newman shine in a problematic adaptation of Williams’ fork-in-the-road play.
Seven years ago, I wrote about Woody Allen. My feelings haven’t changed.
It’s a Sin may be the gay drama we have been waiting for.
With this recital, the Metropolitan Opera kicks it’s diva-dom game up a notch!
Forging Forward, Instruments in Hand: Our Critics on the Met Orchestra Streamed Concert (for Parterre Box)
Guest soprano Angela Gheorghiu brought her radiant individuality to a project close to her heart.
If The Night of the Iguana is not exactly a day at the beach, it’s not really the dark night of the soul it should be, either.
I’ve long held that Philly’s best actors are as good as those anywhere, and you’ll see that here.
This version of Orpheus Descending takes off like a rocket.
Sparkle, Lisette, Sparkle!: Opera Philadelphia’s Archival Production of La Traviata (for Parterre Box)
God is in the details, as they say—and in passage after passage, Oropesa realized those details as few singers have.
You will not soon forget David T. Little’s harrowing, riveting monodrama, nor Johnathan McCullough’s performance.