It has been a long dry fast for theater, music, and opera aficionados. OK, that was not the worst suffering…
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Don’t think that the movies have exclusive title to making bio-pics. Opera has been at it for years. Donizetti set…
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It’s still the same old story, a search for love and glory. Okay, so I paraphrased it. To hear playwright…
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Call it a chestnut or a war horse, if you must, in order to polish your sophistication credentials. “La Bohème,”…
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How you feel about the Marta Domingo production of La Traviata will probably be influenced by what you think about…
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How you react to “Happy Days” at the Taper may depend on how you feel about revisiting absurdist theater. If…
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Smart, sassy, entertaining, funny, heart wrenching. The adjectives do not exactly capture the whole of Falsettos, the Lincoln Center production…
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“Nanny was like the government if it really worked.” That pretty much sums up the story of Nanny, the heart…
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If you like your existential misery wrapped in snappy one liners, Tracy Letts is the playwright for you. He did…
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