In Josie Rourke’s entertaining revival, archness is the peril that lies ahead.
Pablo Heras-Casado led a propulsive performance that made a strong case for Beethoven’s problematic opera.
A listless concert staging proved that this one-off Rodgers & Sondheim collaboration doesn’t need a revival.
Bock, Harnick and Masteroff’s superb show is not a “musical comedy” — so why is it performed like one?
A few curious choices mark Jonathan Kent’s production, but they don’t diminish the play or Jessica Lange’s riveting performance.
This Crucible, a veritable melting pot of theatrical ideas, is by turns heartbreaking and brilliant, overwrought and silly.
Here, in the original “Room Where It Happens,” nothing interesting happened.
The 3,800 seat Metropolitan Opera may be a temple to music – but it’s not a recital hall. Increasingly, though, the company […]
I was introduced to Sam Shepard’s writing when I was in college, and it was love at first read. At that point […]
It was inevitable and important that Encores would do Cabin in the Sky, the 1940 musical by Vernon Duke, John Latouche and Lynn […]