A fine cast, expert conducting, and beautiful designs are hallmarks of Opera Philadelphia’s production.
Every entertaining minute is awash in excess in a show that practically defines “guilty pleasure.”
A beautiful production and a reminder of what brought many of us to opera in the first place.
What the diva does in this mixed-bag revival is star-lit and memorable. But is it acting?
Opera Philadelphia’s scores points with its highly entertaining, visually spectacular production
With this flawed but powerful new work, Opera Philadelphia is on a significant upward trajectory.
As Encores is about to be released, I think about my love-hate relationship with La Streisand.
Pablo Heras-Casado led a propulsive performance that made a strong case for Beethoven’s problematic opera.
The Princeton Festival’s production of Benjamin Britten’s elliptical opera is an estimable achievement by any standard.
Opera, dance, theater, classical music, jazz and more in a Festival that runs through June 26.