The Met Opera’s production of “The Barber of Seville” dazzles with a blend of comic hijinks and masterful singing.
The delight that is “I See You” at The Flea Theater begins with a human overture. Two men pad onto the stage dressed identically in slouchy black shirts, mirroring each other's movements and finishing each other's sentences.
Bryonn Bain, CC ’95, brings his production “Lyrics From Lockdown” to Miller Theatre on Thursday.
CMTS' "The Drowsy Chaperone" premieres this weekend taking a look at musical theater history.
KCST’s production of “Titus Andronicus” engages with contemporary notions of prejudice and sexual violence.
The Met Opera presents director Graham Vick’s surreal production of Dmitri Shostakovich’s “Lady Macbeth of Mtsensk,” an opera dripping with sex, strength, and satire.
The “Me Too Monologues” look to ask difficult questions and give voice to those with hard stories to tell.
Through their two-woman show, “Collected Stories,” CU Players delves into ideas of ownership, appropriation, and what it means to be a feminist.
This year, V-Day will address varying gender identities in its production “Beyond Cis-terhood.”
Straight white men are center stage, this time in a different way, at the Public Theater in Young Jean Lee’s new play.