In THE RAVEN, Festival O’s characteristic imagination and audacity remain front and center.
Sarah Silverman’s memoir-musical takes on a traumatic subject with an uneasy mix of crude comedy and serious themes.
Opera Philadelphia returns to the stage with an honorable, if not entirely convincing, mixed program.
Katrina Lenk’s Bobbie channels an assertive female persona, but it doesn’t feel fully realized or convincing.
This film adaptation of Lin-Manuel Miranda’s beloved musical has come around at exactly the right moment.
Two films 50 years apart prove that Bette Davis is always—gloriously—Bette Davis.
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.
Like many artistic homosexuals, I’ve been through an Altman phase, a Cher phase, a Sandy Dennis phase and a Karen Black phase.
In an ongoing series, David considers the records that helped shape his life.