Puccini’s final opera is one of the most spectacular productions in the Met repertory, and returns to the Live in HD series on Saturday, January 30 at 12:55pm ET with Swedish dramatic soprano Nina Stemme and Italian Tenor Marco Berti as Calàf.
For his 10th ballet for NYCB, Justin Peck amazes with a cast of more than 50, new music from composer Bryce Dessner and striking costumes from contemporary artist Marcel Dzama, all to bring Hans Christian Andersen’s dark 1870 fairy tale to the stage.
WTF Gala attendees will be first to learn of new season, while I continue to speculate, and tickets for that star-studded evening in NYC are almost gone…
Multicultural BRIDGE, WAM Theatre, Berkshire Theatre Group and Yvette “Jamuna” Sirker are joining together for one very special night inspired by the Trayvon Martin case at the Colonial Theatre in Pittsfield on Feb. 6.
Carol is less a movie about a particular relationship than it is a broader testament to the nobility of coming out, the struggle and dignity and value in it. It is deserving of all six Dorian awards from GALECA.
Here’s the first of our “Monday monologues,” a few minutes with a great actor to help you start your week with creativity.
Over drinks, Valierie tells her undoubtedly true and melancholy tale which shocks the men whose own stories pale next to hers. It’s theatre as only a great Irish playwright like Conor McPherson can write. A regional premiere.