The fourth and final chapter of MYTHS AND HYMNS feel deeply connected to our current moment.
These streamed recitals, warts and all, have allowed us to see performers let their hair down.
Watching the actors—masked and in street clothes, struggling with umbrellas—was almost unbearably emotional.
Ghena’s Russian Opera workshops were a source of joy to Philadelphia, and a contribution to music far beyond our city.
Opera is back, baby, and it’s good to be home!
Adam Rapp’s elliptical meditation on grief and guilt ushers in a new era of in-person performances in Philadelphia.
MasterVoices’ imaginative traversal of Adam Guettel’s quirky, charmingly uncategorizable work continues.
Geraldine Page and Paul Newman shine in a problematic adaptation of Williams’ fork-in-the-road play.
Seven years ago, I wrote about Woody Allen. My feelings haven’t changed.
It’s a Sin may be the gay drama we have been waiting for.