"Blown Youth," draws from the dramatic legacy of "Hamlet," to create an all-female play that is rich in meanings and gripping in its narrative.
In his first show on Broadway, Cranston delivers with “All the way.”
BAM’s production of the feminist classic hits it out of the park.
CU Players present the Bertholt Brecht play about war and motherhood.
Three student playwright’s pieces put family and acceptance in the spotlight over the weekend.
The Bach Society and student singers will partner to present ‘Dido and Aeneas,’ one of the earliest English operas.
Columbia alumni Casey Hayes-Deats, CC ’10, and Katie Lupica, CC ’11, continue to push the envelope with the Cake Shop theater company and new production, "Pains of Youth."
The Apollo theater has a long and complex history, and the community in which it resides has an even more uncertain future.
Chris Browner is thoroughly impressed by "Werther," the latest show of the season at the Metropolitan Opera.
The annual performance features a cast of self-identified women of color during Black History Month.
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