With a must-see trailer that is not for the squeamish, “Bunny” is equal parts camp, gore, and comedy in a goofy, irreverent, and delightfully perverted mash-up sure to outrage anyone with good taste.
A jewel of understated direction and sleekly minimal design ennobles the familiar narrative, elevating the melodramatic story of a Japanese child bride abandoned by her American husband to a poignant tragedy. Kristine Opolais sings Cio Cio San.
The concert on April 3 features Albany Pro Musica and guest artists The Musicians of Ma’alwyck, The Capital District Youth Chorale, and Saratoga Springs’ Nacre Dance Company at the Troy Music Hall.
Who was this closeted genius, who dressed in white and lived an outwardly uneventful life while secretly writing heart-stopping poetry that was discovered in a locked box in her room after her death? The answer makes for an evening of spellbinding theatre.
Camille A. Brown will perform at the Season Opening Gala on June 18, where Brown will perform a duet from BLACK GIRL: Linguistic Play with company member and Astaire Award recipient Catherine “Cat” Foster.
Emel Mathlouthi is an international artist whose work is somewhere in the juncture of Björk’s electronic instrumentals and intensity, Joan Baez’s spirited political songs, and Lebanese legend Fairouz’s heart-rending vocals, with a side of Jeff Buckley’s emotive moodiness.
At Ventfort Hall, over tea, hear the story of Lenox’s Leonard C. Peters (c.1850-1928) who arrived in America in 1872 as an ambitious, but penniless immigrant with carpentry skills and by 1918 was president of the Lenox National Bank. He made his mark maintaining the area’s Gilded Age “Cottages.”