Even if you don’t plan to buy a ticket, you will surely enjoy this preview with its videos and synopsis before the Met’s telecast on October 26. This strange opera is about a peripatetic nose and a hapless Russian police inspector, The nose is finally arrested, beaten, but can not be reattached.
October 26-27 sees the return of a Berkshire treat, Ted Concepcion and Melissa Campbell with a musical fun-raiser at and for the Colonial Theatre. On stage will be 17 performers, with musical direction from David Pickard and a live nine-piece live band including a great horn section.
The four largest broadcast networks all showed significantly improvement in the quantity of LGBT-inclusive broadcast hours.
A spectacular farewell to Xu Bing: Phoenix is planned including a night viewing on Oct. 26, plus a mythical creature parade and a contemporary Chinese dance company.
Alan Brown’s lovely new film Five Dances has some incredible choreography by Jonah Bokaer, vivid and authentic moments that any dance student will find can bring back a lifetime of memories. The film has a gentle documentary approach to dancers, and the special sort of relationships those who dance for a living develop with each…
Gail loved Mott’s infectious smile and laugh while Larry enjoyed seeing Maguire on stage again.
“The show must go on,” they say, so Burns and Murray talk about problems that beset a not-quite-ready production.