Several film adaptations of musical theater utilize the cinematic landscape to enrich storylines and narrative universes in ways that are impossible to achieve in live performances.
Chan believes the dance can exist as an independent art form and communicate significant meaning. To her, choreography is a relationship, and dance is a language.
Matthew Cole is an artistic multi-hyphenate, but comedy has emerged as a natural and consistent focus.
Hillers always aims to make his production environments “safe and welcome” so that everyone can appreciate and enjoy the process.
The show that “started out as a joke” is a hilarious, introspective, and ultimately touching work that speaks to the Harvard experience on a deeply relatable level.
"It’s so fun to do comedy, and to do something that makes people happy," Yoo said.
The uplifting power of a pit orchestra plays a crucial role in giving Broadway musicals a polished, perfected feel. A good pit provides the foundation for a great production.
Boston Lyric Opera’s production of “La Cenerentola” gives the audience a fresh take on Rossellini’s bel Canto opera. Along with the exceptional orchestra, the actors engage the audience in laughter and bring them into the wonder of Cinderella and kindness.
Lacking speed and energy, Lyric Stage’s “The Game’s Afoot” falls short of farce.
The Boston Planning and Development Agency unanimously approved development plans Thursday for relocating Harvard’s American Repertory Theater from its Brattle Street location into Allston, alongside construction of new affiliate housing.
ASAP and ¡TEATRO! breathe new life into "Footloose," highlighting the story's diasporic themes and intergenerational traumas that are linked with many immigrant family stories.
“The Book of Life” transcends traditional theatrical boundaries, becoming a vehicle for both personal and communal healing.