The Washington National Opera debuted its first-ever production of Ambroise Thomas’ Hamlet … this fitfully intriguing version of the opera boasts some things to love, some things to dislike, and perhaps the most over-the-top “mad scene” in the history of opera.
Archives for May 24, 2010
The theatre can be a great venue for envisioning life through metaphor. But, sometimes, a cigar is just a cigar. And a man can, at times, find it best to be thoroughly naked, regardless of whether he’s feeling emotionally exposed. So writing out a justification for Naked Boys Singing – a droll little cabaret with […]
Friends Playing Friends: James Gardiner, Erin Driscoll, Sam Ludwig, Jenna Sokolowski, and Gabriel Mangiante on starring in Signature Theatre’s [title of show].
Stars of New York theatre turned out this weekend for two of the major end-of-season awards, and DCTS writers Richard Seff and Joel Markowitz were there to cover it.
I’VE BEEN TO A MARVELOUS PARTY .. Each year, in early May, the Drama League hosts the gala social event of the New York theatre season. It’s a splashy affair set this May 21st in the ballroom at the Marquis Hotel in the heart of Times Square. Everybody who was anybody on and off Broadway […]