Every age finds its parallels in Shakespeare and, considering he writes of passions and politics, why not? Robert Sean Leonard makes the deposed English King Richard II a poet, feeding on his misfortune, in the Old Globe production.
While writing “Wuthering Heights,” novelist Emily Bronte probably didn’t expect so many adaptations of her book. Numerous film, television and theatrical television interpretations have come out since the story was published in 1847.
Somebody or somebodies once declared that truth is stranger than fiction. In Lamb’s Players Theatre’s ‘Big Fish,’ both are about on a par with each other — but to appreciate that, you have to work pretty hard.
Pianist Jorge Federico Osorio’s rousing performance of Beethoven’s Piano Concerto No.1 in C Major fit Saturday’s (June 17) Mainly Mozart Festival theme “Revolutionary Reactions” to a T . . .
While the Mainly Mozart Festival Orchestra was giving its resplendent account of Mozart’s Symphony No. 29 in A Major, K. 201, on Thursday (June 15) at the Balboa Theatre, I mused on how well this orchestra was flourishing under the leadership of Music Director Michael Francis . . .