If The Night of the Iguana is not exactly a day at the beach, it’s not really the dark night of the soul it should be, either.
I’ve long held that Philly’s best actors are as good as those anywhere, and you’ll see that here.
This version of Orpheus Descending takes off like a rocket.
Sparkle, Lisette, Sparkle!: Opera Philadelphia’s Archival Production of La Traviata (for Parterre Box)
God is in the details, as they say—and in passage after passage, Oropesa realized those details as few singers have.
You will not soon forget David T. Little’s harrowing, riveting monodrama, nor Johnathan McCullough’s performance.
It would be impossible to overpraise Anna Magnani’s performance.
MasterVoices’ epic project may be the best showcase Guettel’s work has yet received.
Call Out is an inspiring example of artistic light generated even when our theaters are temporarily dark.
As Julia Child, Jamie Barton is clearly having the time of her life.
I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again: nobody hits rock bottom like Susan Hayward.