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Carolyn Hennesy Living La Divina in ‘Master Class’ at the Garry Marshall Theatre

by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move Every actress who has ever played this role has indelibly made it her own. It is the only way. Maria Callas was one of a kind. In the Garry Marshall Theatre's inaugural production,... Continue Reading →

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A Slightly Naughty “Three-Way” at BAM

Press Release New York -- March 23, 2017 -- American Opera Projects and Nashville Opera are excited to announce the New York premiere of the comic opera triptych Three Way, a playful three-act performance that explores the future of love,... Continue Reading →

Isango Ensemble Theatre’s uCarmen Is Unequivocally Vibrant

by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move When a culture presents its best, we needs must say yes, please, thank you. Then ask for more. Isango Ensemble's uCarmen in association with South African Tourism appearing at the Broad Stage this... Continue Reading →

Meredith Monk to Receive National Medal of the Arts from President Obama

Press Release On the heels of last year’s celebration of her 50th season as a performing and creative artist, the White House has announced that Meredith Monk will be among the recipients of the 2014 National Medal of Arts. The highest... Continue Reading →

Crossing Cultural Frontiers: The ‘Voice of Asia’ Fills Carnegie Hall

by Carlos Stafford, The Model Critic Music heals, music pierces language, crosses cultural frontiers, and reveals the heart of universalities; like poetry, it builds bridges, like dance, it goes deep within and adds light. In Voice of Asia, the Astana... Continue Reading →

The Devil Comes to Carnegie Hall November 6th

The devil gets his due on Wednesday, November 6th at Carnegie Hall, and he has a heavenly voice! . The great bass-baritone, Eric Owens will star in the title role of Arrigo Boito's, Mefistofele on the occasion of The Collegiate Chorale's 2013 Annual Fall Gala on November... Continue Reading →

Ballet Review: ABT – Lady of the Camellias

Both Julie Kent and Roberto Bolle are well cast in their respective roles--Bolle, as Armand, a classic figure, tall, dark, courtly with noble lines, and Kent, as Marguerite, airy, limpid, and ethereal. When they dance, he gives of himself totally in burning love and adoration. In beautiful, spiraling lifts, effortless carries, and melts to the floor, the dancers become one.

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