Zachary James delivers a thoughtfully crafted, blessedly restrained Quixote/Cervantes.
“Mean…Moody…Magnificent!: Jane Russell and the Marketing of a Hollywood Legend” chronicles the Golden Age starlet’s troubled life and idiosyncratic career.
Adam Rapp’s elliptical meditation on grief and guilt ushers in a new era of in-person performances in Philadelphia.
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.
Cameron and David begin their exploration of Tennessee Williams’ Cat on a Hot Tin Roof with a British television adaptation starring Laurence Olivier and Natalie Wood.
Cameron and David conclude their consideration of THE GLASS MENAGERIE.
Having just watched and written about the famous Actors Studio Three Sisters, it also feels right to turn now to The Cherry Orchard—Chekhov’s final play—in a production from the BBC.
What a filmed Three Sisters from 1966 can tell us about Method acting, Chekhov and more.
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