The play confronts the popular question, “Can women have it all?” and reaches no concrete answer.
Christine Rosenblatt’s “Missing Gemini” features solid musical composition and an engaging plot, despite some structural issues.
“Lulu,” originally written as a play in two parts by Frank Wedekind, is a sex tragedy about a woman struggling to uncover her identity beyond what is pushed upon her by the men in her life. Director Philip Anastassiou approaches the play through the lens of a modern EDM rave, connecting to the piece’s inherent wildness. King’s Crown Shakespeare Troupe’s production will play for three free performances in the Black Box Theater this weekend.
"Turandot," a fairytale about an ancient Chinese princess who issues a bold challenge to potential suitors, is colored by a well-delivered score in this Zeffirelli production.
Artist and social choreographer Ernesto Pujol discusses his piece “9-5,” in which eleven performers take notes on the city in stillness and in transit.
From Oct. 26 to 28, 11 performers inhabited the Pavilion at Brookfield Place from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., recreating the typical office workday.
Tannhäuser reaches new heights at the Met.
V-Day at Columbia has tackled issues faced by women of color and those with queer identities. But this year, organizers are using the V-Day stage to shine the spotlight on disabilities.
Despite some polished performances, ‘Otello’ suffered from a lack of robust direction and adaptation.
This year’s performance, which lambasted the usual targets, left a lot to be desired.