The Arm-of-the-Sea Theater puts on its annual puppet pageant.
Portrait of the Artist as a Palindrome
We sit down for a Q&A with the famed performance artist.
Maverick Concerts puts on a special production of this fable with music.
The Woodstock Playhouse presents its fourth season of summer repertory.
Shadowland Theatre presents "Unnecessary Farce" from July 11-August 3.
Carl Maria von Weber's 1823 dark opera "Euryanthe" is finally seeing its first stateside revival in a century.
Next weekend, Bard SummerScape presents the world premiere of Love in the Wars, directed by Obie Award–winner Ken Rus Schmoll. Based on the mythical encounter of Achilles with the Queen of the Amazons, Heinrich von Kleist’s masterpiece Penthesilea is given new life in this funny, explosive, and surprising adaptation.
Bard SummerScape presents first U.S. Revival in 100 Years of Carl Maria von Weber’s Euryanthe. Headlined by Ellie Dehn, “a charmisatic soprano with great stage presence” (Wall Street Journal), Bard’s original staging is by Kevin Newbury, creator of SummerScape’s “gold standard production” (WQXR) of Richard Strauss’s Die Liebe der Danae.
Opening this Friday, July 25, and running through August 3, Bard SummerScape presents Euryanthe, Carl Maria von Weber’s “greatest masterpiece” (NPR). Hailed as “musically sublime” (The Guardian), Euryanthe is a story of jealousy and betrayal in which layers of deceit and repressed desire motivate lovers traveling in a darkly gothic world.
There are two more chances to see Carl Maria von Weber’s “musically rich, lyrical and expansive” Euryanthe (Wall Street Journal), a story of jealousy and betrayal in which layers of deceit and repressed desire motivate lovers traveling in a darkly gothic world.