International Reviews

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La Bohème

There are many reasons why Puccini’s La Bohème is one of the favourite opera of every theatre in the world: the perfect balance of tragedy and comedy,...
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Prezydentki

Werner Schwab was an extraordinary figure in the German-speaking theatre world. During his brief 4-year-long career, he proved himself to be a true vi...
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The Net Will Appear

The best word to describe this show is pure. Seventy-five minutes of pure heart, pure warmth, pure fun. Go see it, and you’ll come out wanting to hug ...
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NERVOUS/SYSTEM

It’s a rare piece of theater that manages to send the audience through the same singularly gobsmacking experience, and then make them wonder if they t...
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Yellow Rabbit

Toronto is a city shaped and enriched by interactions between multiple diasporic cultures, home to countless stories of young people negotiating the t...
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A Christmas Carol in Harlem

Christmastime has come to Harlem in full swing, and it is a celebration to behold. The Classical Theater of Harlem’s production of A Christmas Carol i...
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Life x3

The most well-known work of playwright extraordinaire Yasmina Reza can perhaps universally be termed as “fun.” Most notably in ART and God of Carnage,...
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Cosi fan tutte

A premier at the Zurich Opera has probably never drawn so much international attention than the one of this production in early November. The reason f...
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Vivian’s Music, 1969

Monica Bauer’s Vivian’s Music, 1969 - currently at 59e59’s Theater C, under the direction of Glory Kadigan - is a “fantasia” inspired by real events: ...