John Caird is best known to Broadway and L.A. auds for his staging of "Nicholas Nickleby" and "Les Miserables," but he also helms operas, such as "Tosca," now on display at LA Opera.
Like the hard-core radical voyeurs in Jennifer Haley's terrific sci-fi play "The Nether," you won't want to leave the Hideaway.
A hybrid dance-theater souffle that's slow to rise.
In his spectacular new "Tosca," director Philipp Himmelmann proves it's not just size that matters, but how you use it. The Bregenz Festival's 40,000-square-foot floating stage has often hosted…
"The Moon and the Stars" feels stilted and irrelevant. Directed by vet Brit helmer John Irvin with a fraction of his former energy, pic is classic Euro-pudding, with a strange Blighty overlay on a…
The big news at Sunday night's perf was the very first Tosca of Metropolitan Opera stalwart Patricia Racette, who was recently heard as Madama Butterfly at the L.A. Opera. Because of its dramatic…
Watching "Tosca," it's always hard to avoid the stars. Our hero sits beneath the night sky in the third act, singing "E lucevan le stelle," about how they shone upon the heroine he loves. And…
There's almost as much drama offstage as on in this fascinating insight into the staging of an opera at Sydney's famed Opera House. Even those who aren't opera lovers will likely find "Tosca: A Tale…
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