Robert Carsen’s 28-year-old production comes to America. It was worth the wait.
Few variants on this iconic play are as audacious as this one, smashingly delivered here.
Despite some intriguing ideas, Elmer Rice’s Dream Girl at IRC fails to find full resonance.
This visually stunning production shows EgoPo’s theatrical imagination and innovation at full throttle.
Seen here, one is aware of Clifford Odets’ flaws as a writer—but even more, we see his grandeur.
AVA’s Rusalka—a rare venture into the Slavic repertoire—left a divided impression.
Together, Bernstein’s Kaddish and Rossini’s Stabat Mater made for one of Philadelphia Orchestra’s finest concerts in recent memory.
Eleanor Burgess’s thought-provoking, intelligent play was a balm to my wounded soul.
Blanka Zizka’s high-concept production consistently tries too hard.
Nearly everything about America seems to frighten this playwriting snowflake.