Watching an opera take its first life breath is witnessing a high-risk birth. There were some serious devotees on hand at Kennedy Center’s Family Theatre to support Washington National Opera’s fifth commission of a new hour-long opera.
Archives for January 16, 2017
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If you’ve never seen—or even heard of—Shakespeare’s Cymbeline, you’re in good company. One of the Bard’s least-produced works, the synopsis of the play’s plot would take up at least the length of this entire review, and that would only scratch the surface. Theatre Prometheus gamely tackles this challenge and offers the audience just enough of […]
Mosaic Theatre’s current production, Charm by Phillip Dawkins, is inspired by the true story of Chicago trans icon Miss Gloria Allen, who teaches etiquette classes to youth at the Center on Halsted, an LGBT community center on Chicago’s northside.