That Some Like It Hot fizzles rather than sizzles is not only a disappointment, but also a bit of surprise.
A main theme in Sarah Ruhl’s play is how history is distorted by those who get to tell it.
Lloyd Suh’s moving, meditative play considers the rise of anti-Chinese sentiment during America’s Westward expansion.
Soprano Lydia Grindatto confirmed her promise with a charismatic, thoroughly inhabited Violetta.
Sondra Radvanovsky eschewed the customary recital format, putting her selections in a highly personal context.
This is likely the best Giargiari Bel Canto competition year in my experience, evidenced in several important ways.
Stuffed with Stoppardian cleverness, there’s far too much in LEOPOLDSTADT to register with specificity.
Martyna Majok Pulitzer Prize-winning play overflows with complexity. It begins with the title.
In this moving, unsettling work, playwright Gracie Gardner gives the experience of illness pitched to true life.
In bel canto opera, virtuosic singing IS the drama. Accept that, and O22’s OTELLO pays off thrillingly.