Despite Patrick Page's pulsar-like charisma in the titular role, 'King Lear' never quite comes together in a satisfying whole.
Synetic Theater's "Beauty and the Beast" is a wondrously entertaining fairy tale brought to extraordinary life.
Despite two uproarious turns from Michael Urie and Ryan Spahn, Talene Monahon's Jane Anger misses its feminist mark.
It's hard to imagine a better version of "The Tempest" than this production that positively vibrates with talent.
Simon Godwin makes the most of the machinations of a TV news show to tell Shakespeare's comic tale of mismatched romance.
Synetic's “Dracula” features powerful doses of murderous gothic mayhem, witty humor, and a touch of the erotic.
'Prognosis' is a powerful documentary following filmmaker Debra Chasnoff in her two-year battle with a cancer that ends her life.
The story of family and its strengths, as well as the ties that do not always bind and the truths that are not always named.
Despite heartfelt performances, 'When Time Got Louder' is a film severely short on realism and imagination.
The Folger's pared-down 'Midsummer Night's Dream' results in a production that never quite sees the forest for the trees.
WNO's 2015 production is an ideal opera for the uninitiated
A cherished family dish reconnects a father and son over Zoom in Woolly Mammoth's virtual drama, "This is Who I Am."
How do you present Mozart's problematic, sexist Don Giovanni in the current #metoo climate?
Spend your gold on Simon Godwin’s extraordinary reboot of Timon of Athens, starring the phenomenal Kathryn Hunter.
James Baldwin's "The Amen Corner" feels remarkably fresh, original, and vitally important