The rarely staged Oberon is easy to love and will fascinate admirers of early nineteenth-century music.
This is yet another sentimental exercise in the mechanics of mother/daughter rapprochement
RoosevElvis turns out to a sort of slaphappy homage to two American legends, a genial romp that sticks to stereotypes.
Liars and Believers have been creating, conceptualizing, and rehearsing this show for eighteen months—and the seasoning has paid off.
The things that go bump in the night are a pretty gooey lot in Ghost Quartet.
I wondered why the Elders Ensemble program so consistently portrayed the elders as somber and withdrawn.
Having glittery, Bettie Page-y young women clad in leather and thongs undulate to music by Tom Waits is pretty much guaranteed to work.
Rogue Burlesque will be performing an unfiltered homage to our fixation with nerd culture, from “Weird Al” Yankovic and Superman to Edgar Allan Poe.
“The Rocky Horror Show” works best when it is immersive like this—a theatrical party that includes the audience.
It is encouraging that the list of recommendations for October isn’t filled with musicals. Are straight plays back? I wouldn’t count on it in this economic climate. So let’s bask in the chance to hear words without music.