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From Verdi and verismo to Stravinsky and contemporary music, the line-up offers something to fit every taste. Cameron and David discuss.
The long-neglected composer’s work anchored a concert dedicated to exploring personal identity through music.
With predictably Eurotrashy design elements, playwright/director Simon Stone reduces Euripides to soap opera.
Cameron and David consider Lucy Kirkwood’s taut drama that considers how society reacts to a fallout of its own making.
Judith Ivey offers a performance of raw, unflinching honesty across the story’s increasingly bleak three hours.
After seven decades in show business, the legendary actress and comedienne still knows her way around a joke.
Tina Fey’s satire of high school cliquishness ages uncomfortably into the social media era.
Clare Barron’s Pulitzer finalist chronicles the hard road to maturity with a refreshing lack of condescension.