Festival O19 ended on a sweet note, connecting Opera Philadelphia with the city and our musical future.
In this intriguing but confounding theater piece , creator Joseph Keckler wants to have his cake and eat it too.
This superb chamber-sized two-hander has a monumental, shattering impact.
Once again, the audacious Opera Philadelphia folks are playing without a net.
As a cohesive evening of music drama, this ambitious double bill doesn’t quite add up.
A wonderful musical performance, hampered by a misguided production.
What R. B. Schlather’s visually arresting production has to do with the opera remains a mystery.
Robert Carsen’s 28-year-old production comes to America. It was worth the wait.
Two final events at O18 sum up the wonders of this extraordinary festival.
Blythe’s virtuosity actually anchors the show to opera; Martha not so much.