The new play, about the rise and fall of Lehman Brothers, digs deep into the company’s history — beginning with the original brothers, Bavarian immigrants who opened a store in Alabama in the 1840s.
New York City Opera has commissioned Stonewall, a new opera premiering one week before the 50th anniversary of the riots that sparked the modern gay-rights movement.
Know Theatre ends its season with ‘The Dumbwaiter’ by Harold Pinter and ‘The Zoo Story’ by Edward Albee.
Kitchen Theatre closes its season with Nina Raine’s play ‘Tribes”.
Tri-Cities Opera presents this year’s ‘Bravo Broadway’ with ‘Even Stephens’.
Southern Tier Actors Read presents a staged reading of Henrik Ibsen’s ‘A Doll’s House.’
Stage Director Nicholas Wuehrmann talks about the background of ‘H.M.S. Pinafore’ and explains the plot, assisted by soloists and the chorus of the production. Susan Ashbaker is your host. Host: Susan Ashbaker
Stage Director: Nicholas Wuehrmann
Music Director: Joshua Horsch
Josephine: Gina Moscato
Hebe: Deanna Morgan
Buttercup: Tesia Kwarteng
Ralph Rackstraw: Kevin Bryant
Captain Corcoran: Aaron Stepanek
Sir Joseph Porter, K.C.B: Jake Stamatis
Dick Deadeye: John Shelhart
Boatswain: Erik Tofte
Carpenter: Evan Nelson
Pianist: John Cockerill
Photo credit: Randy Cummings for Bunn Hill Photography
Tri-Cities Opera is presenting the Gilbert and Sullivan favorite ‘HMS Pinafore.’
‘Grounded’ by George Brant is the next play at the Kitchen Theatre.
The young composer’s opera, which debuted at the Los Angeles Opera, was inspired by her own experience as a survivor of sexual assault.
Know Theatre presents David Harrower’s drama ‘Blackbird’. Director Tim Gleason joins us to talk about this highlight of the Edinburgh Fringe Festival that quickly made it to Broadway and then to film, and the emotional impact of recreating such an intense drama.
Photo credit: Know Theatre