A careful new translation and a distinguished cast and design staff make Richard Nelson’s staging of Chekhov’s masterpiece for the Old Globe Theatre a collector’s item.
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Few comedies is the history of the theatre deliver more solid satisfaction more consistently than Oscar Wilde’s ‘The Importance of Being Earnest.’ The present production at the Old Globe Theatre, not its first, demonstrates this yet again.
The American Revolution addressed from the perspective of a classic underdog in Lin-Manuel Miranda’s epic ‘Hamilton’ is also a revolution in theatrical application of the vernacular to the mythic.
It was a great decade for sex, drugs and a beat you could dance to. Donna Summer was hailed as Queen of Disco and she ha the catalogue to prove it. It took 30-plus songwriters to make this score and the highlight is a second-liohe song from ‘Hair.’ But it’s got strut and sleek chic.