The Metropolitan Opera debuted John Adams’ “The Death of Klinghoffer” Monday night despite heated protests surrounding the premiere.
With its mixture of video and fusion of interpretive dance and ballet, "johnbrown" encourages audience to question the legacy of John Brown and examine its contemporary significance.
KCST’s production of “The Importance of Being Earnest,” opening Oct. 23, will be set in New York during the 1950s.
Dan Hoyle presents his solo show about technology and human interaction on Thursday.
Directed by MFA candidate Christopher Murrah, “Over There” uses the reunification of two brothers to explore the division between East and West Germany after the fall of the Berlin Wall.
Chris Browning reviews Julie Taymor's production of “The Magic Flute” at the Met.
The 15th annual EstroGenius Festival will celebrate history by looking back while moving forward.
The playwright, director and star of “The Believers,” discuss the play’s meaning, inspiration, and reception.
“Mr. Landing Takes a Fall” manages to reach audience while adapting its genre.
Half-baked direction casts a pall over the stellar singing in Mozart’s classic.