Eugen Onegin, Oper Frankfurt © Barbara Aumüller
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Eugen Onegin

Love is a fickle thing, always striking too late or too soon. In Tchaikovsky’s Eugen Onegin, love hits too soon, too late, and too uncertainly for sisters Olga (Judita Nagyová) and Tatiana (Sara Jakubiak) an...
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Auf und Davon

Auf und Davon, a little German phrase that captures so much. It variously means to elope or a bird that starts to fly and is suddenly gone. But the most relevant definition here is to start something and to go ...
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The Tempest

Four hundred years and the final piece of a legacy, LOFT’s The Tempest celebrates the enduring humanity that Shakespeare has left us. The Tempest takes us to Prospero’s island, 12 years after he had been ov...
2.0★ ★

Colour Dreams of Dr. Frankenstein

In theory, this could have been an innovative new take on a classic horror tale. Black light theatre deals with shadows and darkness and imagination, perfect elements for any tale of ghosts and monsters. In rea...
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Compagnie Rasposo – Morsure

Can a caged animal love its spectators? This is one of the many questions Compagnie Rasposo’s Morsure seems to ask in its acrobatic exploration of guilt, pleasure, and suffering. I had the opportunity to see ...
Anonymous P.
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Anonymous P.

Less theater and more interactive phone-hacking PSA, Anonymous P. tries to teach you about the dangers that lurk in our most constant companion: our phone. The evening blends spoken word pieces about Ancient Gr...
Autobahn
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Autobahn

Autobahn is Neil Labute’s short–play cycle capturing moments in the lives of people in cars.  Consisting of seven short plays and four actors playing many different parts, Autobahn runs the gambit between...
Moses und Aron
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Moses und Aron

Moses und Aron, Schoenberg’s unfinished opera, shows two major segments of the Exodus story. Moses, hearing the voice of God, knows he must convince the Jewish slaves of Egypt to believe in the One and Only G...