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The Barber of Seville

Michael Shell’s production of The Barber of Seville contains more farces than usual, perhaps an attempt of the Atlanta Opera to introduce some light i...
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Prayer for the French Republic

Joshua Harmon sets out to question our relationships to home, family, and religion. What would we do when we must choose between them? Would we leave ...
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Porgy and Bess

James Robinson’s smash production of Porgy and Bess returns to the Metropolitan Opera after 2 years. Amongst a stellar cast, Eric Owens and Angel Blue...
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The Woman In Black

The McKittrick Hotel is the perfect NYC spot for Halloween. From their signature immersive Sleep No More experience to their Hitchcock/Macbeth-themed ...
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Islander

Islander makes one statement clear almost from the top: white men are fragile. And sometimes there is no greater way to exhibit fragile masculinity an...
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Speakeasy Magick

The McKittrick Hotel has finally reopened its doors, and it is serving up something much needed: impeccable speakeasy vibes mixed with a healthy dose ...
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The Merry Wives of Windsor

A refreshing breeze drifts through the newly-reopened doors of the Delacorte Theater. The amphitheater seats are filling, and the warm stage lights li...
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Romeo y Julieta

Follow me, if you will, to Verona, for the perfect pandemic vacation. A whirlwind of lavish parties, dramatic duels, first loves, and tragic ends is j...
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The School For Wives

Since New York still hasn’t quite figured out outdoor theatre in its parks yet, Molière in the Park on Zoom is still the next best thing. MiP’s virtua...