Amid the political point-scoring, Netflix’s Sex Education remains effervescently charming.
The performance shows generally high competence and comfort, no surprise given that the work is a longtime staple in Croatia: indeed, it is the single most-performed opera in the entire repertory of the Croatian National Theater.
Both King Crimson and The Zappa Band made the best of treating old catalogs as historical repertory.
Martyrs Lane doesn’t unfold like a typical ghost story; it’s more of a mystery seen through a child’s eyes.
The film catches the rhythms and vulnerabilities of real life when two worlds collide.
Afterlife of the Party backs away from serious issues, but it’s a sweet reminder of the power of female friendship.
Chopin masterpieces, Rossini duets, and songs, spirituals, and arias — all performed in ways that make the music dazzle.
The late Friederike Mayröcker’s über-recognizable style has become a brand, logoed by certain objects: violets, lilacs, birds
The Card Counter collapses under the weight of director Paul Schrader’s guilt complex.
Arts Fuse writers continue their countdown of great music celebrating its 50th anniversary this year. This month’s list includes such big names as Bob Dylan, ZZ Top, The Who, The Beach Boys, and George Rochberg.