‘Wilderness’ Is Urgent, Fresh Theater

October 12, 2017

Featuring music, movement and video projections (including the use of Skype), the show is a challenging and moving journey into the lives of contemporary troubled teens.

Bernstein at 100: One Night on Broadway

September 22, 2017

Leonard Bernstein was America’s pre-eminent composer and conductor. In truth, he was the world’s composer. His genius and passions spread the whole world over—from “Mass: A Theater Piece for Singers, […]

A Modern ‘Aida’

September 14, 2017

This production, directed with verve by Francesca Zambello, and conducted with a deft feel for the emotional content of Verdi’s music by Evan Rogister, creates a buzz of its own.

Behind the ‘Cabaret’ Curtain with a Kit Kat Girl

July 27, 2017

Our performing arts writer chats with Lori Eure, a Kit Kat Girl in the touring production of “Cabaret,” at the Kennedy Center through Aug. 6.