Mozart's sublime music, James Conlon great conducting, and a solid ensemble of world-class singer-performers. What more can an operagoer want? Perhaps a fresh take on an old warhorse. Mozart would…
The play was a smash hit on its first outing in 1841. History looks likely to repeat itself.
"The History Boys" may please fans of the original legit production and the stragglers who didn't catch it in Gotham or London's West End. However, auds coming cold to this largely faithful…
Watching Nicholas Hytner's electrifying production of this most slippery of Shakespeare texts, a play that can seem rabble-rousing one minute and fiercely critical of the cost of human combat the…
A substantial sea change takes place between the two settings of "The Winter's Tale" -- the fraught court of Sicilia and the roisterous sheap-shearing of Bohemia.
A very vanilla romantic tale about an attempt at a design for living between a gay man and a woman with a baby on the way, "The Object of My Affection" tries to mix the messy realities of mismatched…
Nineteen ninety-seven may be a young theater year, but perhaps it's not too early to celebrate the arrival of a fully mature new playwriting talent. Last year, Martin McDonagh made waves - more so…
Nicholas Hytner's production of Rodgers & Hammerstein's "Carousel" arrives in Los Angeles after ecstatically received runs in London and New York, and the artfulness of this touring version proves…