The national tour of the smash-hit revival retains much of the charm of the original.
A talk with Dave Mason, a R&R Hall of Famer who will be performing with Electric Hot Tuna at the Wilbur.
The Nightingale serves as both a powerful exploration of the past (from the perspective of the exploited) and a gripping vision of resilience in the face of unfathomable hate, greed, and cruelty.
Chance’s The Big Day beautifully blends authentic passion with superior talent and special guests with star power.
The Nightingale delivers an indelible vision of inhumanity perpetuated by colonialism and white privilege.
This Nashvillian has a simple message for America: “You best pull yourself together, or you might never be the same.”
In this always compelling production, director Carey Perloff decided to bring the uncanny on stage, almost as a sixth character, in the form of composer/musician David Coulter.
Dumas’ Camille is nothing if not ambitious. Such complexity is seldom found on a summer stage.
This album lacks the desperation, the immediacy, the sheer power that made Sleater-Kinney essential in its original decade.
In this extraordinary recording, harpsichordist Mahan Esfahani is given a chance to perfectly convey the power of his emotions.