A thrillingly full-throttle rarity, with much to celebrate in the fine singing here.
The gorgeous title characters in this self-consciously clever production are diminished from the start.
… in Dominique Morriseau’s lovely new play, they do.
A radiant performance showcased the exceptional work done here by gifted young singers.
REVIEW: A Little “Nixon” Goes a Long Way: Nixon in China at the Princeton Festival (for Parterre Box)
Adams, superb at crafting arcs of sound, can’t handle characters or narrative.
Yannick and this magnificent orchestra were born for Bernstein.
This dispiriting, desultory revival essentially defines the difference between camp and kitsch.
But IRC’s wonderfully garish production is a must-see for Christopher Durang fans and others.
Paula Vogel’s well-meaning play is cast adrift in a sea of confusion and clichés.
As a cohesive evening of music drama, this ambitious double bill doesn’t quite add up.