This production is small-scale, but often imaginative and satisfying.
The emphasis on louche sexual openness, meant to shock the audience, instead makes this production feel less dangerous.
David Hertzberg’s opera is dramatically pretentious, musically gorgeous, and very much An Event.
A sometimes-awkward evening that delivers in Lembit Beecher’s one-act premiere opera.
One of today’s top divas provided glamour and high-wattage vocalism.
In Red Orchid’s dazzlingly odd production, the great Sam Shepard lives on.
This imaginative, animated staging dazzles in some ways and comes up short in others.
This witty collage of theatrical ideas, superbly staged and performed, sets a high standard.
Lolita Chakrabarti’s mixed bag of a play finds greatness when Forrest McClendon takes the stage.
A very enjoyable take on an American masterpiece that only improves with time.