This is a beautifully directed staging (by Lev Dodin).
A bewitching South African version of Bizet’s opera — performed with a distinctive blend of spunk and sass.
It is no longer enough for a playwright to go into the belly of the ‘beast’ and pray for help.
This show’s eclectic score is more progressive than what is typical of our determinedly conservative modern musical theater genre.
God speed Chairman Chu on her mission to make the fine arts less marginalized in a determinedly bottom line culture, obsessed with the pragmatic rather than the imaginative.
Tragedy isn’t when evil triumphs, but when good becomes entangled in its own inevitable contradictions.
This wonder work from Canadian director Robert Lepage isn’t here for much time, alas.
Culture Clash’s view of America will discomfort, which is all the more reason that I urge you — strongly — to attend.
This exhilarating Tristan & Yseult shakes us out of our role as passive observers and reminds us of the euphoria and the heartbreak love can bring.
The Old Man and The Old Moon is pleasing, but just how theatrically satisfying it is depends on the appeal of ‘magical’ folktales, the kind where anything goes.