On the Road by Zvi Dance entwines the thrills of freedom, the sounds of jazz, and the perplexity of youthful American voices discovering their closeted and social selves. Set to an original score by frequent collaborator and composer Scott Killian, the soundscape is a commentary on Kerouac’s novel and an homage to the Beat poets.
The Ellen Sinopoli Dance Company performance onApril 29 will feature a retrospective of the company’s most popular works from the last 25 years
When “Cat” premiered on Broadway in 1955, its themes of repressed homosexuality were too much for some critics and not nearly enough for others. In spite or because of the then-racy material, “Cat” ran for nearly 700 performances and won Williams his second Pulitzer Prize.
Marvin and Whizzer return as William Finn and James Lapine’s Falsettos gets a Lincoln Center Theatre production starring Andrew Rannells. Previews begin Sept. 29 ahead of an Oct. 27 opening at the Walter Kerr Theatre on Broadway.
Comedy can make for strange – and very entertaining – bedfellows. Larry Murray goes nuts over Seeso, a cheap, ad-free streaming service that is already at the cutting edge of tomorrow.
The legend gives up his baton. Levine will retire at the end of the current season, for health reasons. He will then assume the new position of Music Director Emeritus. The Met responds with further shifting of staff responsibilities.
Busy spring and summer at Mass MoCA includes The National, Luna, Charles Bradley, Rubblebucket, FreshGrass Festival, and Bang on a Can to Headline Summer Season Bursting with Music, Film, and Comedy while Courtyard C transforms into a Jamaican dance hall, and the museum moves to the North Adams airport for outdoor screening of old-school classic.