Here’s five shows with nary a, um, Shrek of Christmas in them. If you want a holiday show, you know where to find it.
Drury Lane Theatre’s sparkling production of “Rodgers + Hammerstein’s Cinderella” arrives just in time for the holiday season. Warm and inviting, this dreamy show is the perfect wintertime treat.
Based on the true story of a battle between essayist John D’Agata and fact checker Jim Fingal, “Lifespan” bemoans the realities of journalism that few in the general public truly understand.
“The training is what helps me to sustain and maintain the instrument,” says Betts, referring to her foundation as an operatic soprano. “…I will be maintaining what I’ve learned training-wise to sustain. But I’ll be using what I learned from my culture and my upbringing and from what I’ve learned in church to make sure that people are feeling while I’m singing.”
This is only the third time that “Jenufa” has been performed at Lyric Opera, but a number of things made Sunday afternoon’s opening an historic occasion.
The moment Rebecca Spence steps on the Court Theatre stage as Eleanor of Aquitaine, the atmosphere changes. Here’s something special.
A carnival of famous American assassins who got their day in history or missed their mark, Stephen Sondheim uses them as thematic devices. Are they misunderstood outsiders? Misguided patriots?